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burgh

1. (in Scotland) a town, esp one incorporated by charter, that enjoyed a degree of self-government until the local-government reorganization of 1975
2. an archaic form of borough
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And Craig McCready crossed for Lennox to make it five as the Burgh eased to victory.
Added to the burgh, following the ruling, were areas such as Causewayhead, Cambuskenneth, Dowan Place, Dalmorglen Glen and part of Whins of Milton.
Burgh were then reduced to 10 men after 85 minutes when Rovers'young striker Ross MacNeil sprinted clear in on goal from a MarkWeir through ball and was chopped down from behind inches short of the penalty box.
Ticket to see Chris De Burgh and Najwa Karam & Melhem Zain begin at Dh105.
Stanley van der Burgh, CEO and owner of Burgh Plant Hire, enthused: "It feels great to be the first customer for the A60H.
Johnston restored Burgh's two-goal cushion but Shaun Harrison netted for City and Donaldson made amends for his earlier howler with a last-gasp equaliser.
Burgh were awarded a penalty when Pumphy's Liam Robinson tripped Connor Thomson in the box.
By dint of his achievement, van der Burgh became the first South African man to ever win an individual Olympic gold medal for a swimming event, according to (http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/O/OLY_SWM_SOUTH_AFRICAS_GOLD?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT) the Associated Press .
De Burgh's iconic Lady In Red had arrived at long last - and the 1986 love song did not disappoint.
His manager, Kenny Thompson, told The Sunday Times of London De Burgh had intended to ask Iran's Culture Ministry for permission to play a concert following the elections, but had now decided against going ahead with his application.
Footsteps is Chris de Burgh's 17th studio album and is currently available to buy.
The dispute dates from 2006, after Rakti was retired to stallion duties at Huma Park Stud, outside Maynooth in County Kildare, which was co-owned by De Burgh at the time.