Lane, Burton

Lane, Burton (b. Burton Levy)

(1912–  ) composer; born in New York City. In the 1930s he contributed songs to Broadway revues and was a free-lance composer in Hollywood. He wrote his first complete score with E. Y. Harburg for the Broadway musical Hold On to Your Hats (1940) and in 1947 he and Harburg wrote the Broadway classic, Finian's Rainbow. From 1957 to 1967 he was president of the American Guild of Authors and Composers and he continued writing songs throughout the 1970s and 1980s.
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"The separation distances between the proposed homes and those existing homes on Browns Lane, Burton Close and Hawkes Mill Lane are in excess of the minimum standards required, and the council is satisfied that the development will not result in any significant impact upon neighbour amenity."
During the closure the alternative route will be via Hoton Road, Wymeswold; Burton Lane, Wymeswold; Wymeswold Lane, Wymeswold; Melton Road, Burton On The Wolds; Narrow Lane, Burton On The Wolds.
Emma Louise Bell, of Denna Hall Lane, Burton, and her company, Denna Developments Limited, were asked to make improvements relating to "fire safety issues" in the groundfloor flat of a three-storey property in Borough Road, Seacombe.
Nigel Derek Willis, 53, of Broadacre, Llyndir Lane, Burton, Rossett, admitted driving on April 11 when he had 76 microgrammes of alcohol in his breath compared to the legal limit of 35.
The model, made of resin, was on display in the car park of a furniture store in Hawkins Lane, Burton, but was taken on Tuesday afternoon.
The other had its door ripped off on Croeshowell Lane, Burton, (left).
Six lanterns came down together in pasture on his farm alongside the Cleddau estuary at Oxland Lane, Burton, near Milford Haven, in May.
They published the Lyons' translation with a minimum of notes, ceding scholarly ground to Lane, Burton, and their critics.
The tragic and vicious heroes are all translators--Galland, Lane, Burton. Each member of this "hostile dynasty" renders the text anew to kill the previous translator.