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(bĕr'tŏn),
Henry, English physician, 1799-1849. See: Burton line.
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In many ways, the chapter on Robert Burton, "Rhapsodies of Rags," is the book's centerpiece.
Robert Burton, 34, was found guilty of domestic battery by strangulation, deriving support from prostitution, kidnapping and interfering with parental custody, according to (http://blogs.
The portfolio is being marketed by a Massey Knakal team that includes James Nelson, Robert Burton, Michael DeCheser, Mitchell Levine, David Fowler, Caroline Hannigan and Matthew Nickerson.
The only new face is Robert Burton, whom KATV hired to serve as weekend sports anchor.
Robert Burton wants his name off the University of Connecticut's Burton Family Football Complex and he wants back the $3 million he gave to put it on there.
Knitzer would take over from Robert Burton, who is retiring at the end of March.
Carman and Turner put in a strong finish with a run of four under over the last four holes but had to settle for a joint sixth place, while Lincolnshire pair Andrew Miller and Robert Burton, from Ashby Decoy, made a late charge to tie then lost out to Pannal in a card play-off.
Baker looks at works by Shakespeare, Ben Jonson, Thomas Nashe and Robert Burton to judge how these men followed the market in producing their plays and poems.
1) Hay una palabra griega que puede equipararse a ella: [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], epicarecacia, compuesta de epi 'hacia, en relacion con'; chaira 'alegria, caridad, misericordia'; y kakon, 'maldad', que Robert Burton en su Anatomia de la melancolia, de 1621--uno de los primeros tratados sobre la cognicion humana--describe como: <<[.
For robert burton, as a librarian, bibliophile, and academic, the library was almost literally his life, at least in his own assessment.
GAO is taking the heat, but it's really Congress that caused the problem," said Robert Burton, former deputy administrator of the Office of Federal Procurement Policy.
And, what about the 16th century writer and clergyman Robert Burton (1577-1649) who once said: 'Tobacco, divine, rare, superexcellent tobacco, which goes far beyond all their panaceas, potable gold, and philosopher's stones, a sovereign remedy for all diseases.