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(ber-net'),
Charles H., U.S. physician, 1901-1967. See: Burnett syndrome.
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Being able to feature from the outset this campaign is pleasing for Burnett.
The elderly couple were shocked by Burnett's behaviour and police were alerted and arrested him a short while later.
He has also been a valuable asset to the company through successful handling of key client-agency rela- tionships, said a statement from Leo Burnett.
Before meeting Gomera, Burnett's record was 19-1, with 9 KOs.
Following his classy victory on Friday, Burnett said: "A rematch (with Donaire) could be very likely.
The Record has learned a complaint to Scotland's standards commissioner is set to be lodged by a constituent over Burnett's failure to make clear his interest in wind energy when debating the issue at Holyrood.
"Sometimes I catch myself daydreaming about being young again and doing it all over," Burnett said while accepting her award.
Speaking exclusively to Khaleej Times ahead of his visit to the Xposure International Photography Festival in Sharjah on November 21-24, Burnett said: "I don't think anyone who pursues stories that show the effects of human suffering can remain untouched.
Donaire and Burnett were engaged in an otherwise thrilling combat in the first four rounds before the Irish suddenly went down on his knees in pain, holding his back just before the end of the fourth round.
It's not the first time Arnold has spoken against Burnett, the producer of the NBC show, and also the chairman of MGM Worldwide Television Group.
Burnett Advisors provides tax, accounting, and business consulting services legal and investment services.
Mr Mackie, who has arthritis in both knees and is awaiting a knee replacement, said he became embroiled in an altercation with the Paisley couple after Mrs Burnett called him and his friend "Fenian b***."