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burgrave

(ˈbɜːɡreɪv)
n
1. (Historical Terms) the military governor of a German town or castle, esp in the 12th and 13th centuries
2. (Historical Terms) a nobleman ruling a German town or castle by hereditary right
[C16: from German Burggraf, from Old High German burg borough + grāve count]
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Noun1.burgrave - a nobleman ruling a German castle and surrounding grounds by hereditary right
noble, nobleman, Lord - a titled peer of the realm
2.burgrave - the military governor of a German town in the 12th and 13th centuries
military governor - the head of a government established by the military (as in a defeated country)
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According to Lambooij, Gerritze, Reimert, Burggraaf, & van de Vis (2008), no matter how small the voltage of alternating or direct current is, it is capable of causing confusion in fish, which may be the reason to why pacus were not able to recover quickly the escape attempt after application of electrical current.
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The cast also includes Elizabeth Watts as Susanna, Rebecca Evans as Countess Almaviva, Dario Solari as Count Almaviva, Cora Burggraaf as Cherubino, Henry Waddington as Dr Bartolo and Sarah Pring as Marcellina.
Cora Burggraaf had distinctive stage presence as Stephano, Susanne Resmark was an endearing Gertrude and Frank Ferrari was in strong voice as Comte Capulet.
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Charlotte Ellett could have disappointed as a late replacement for the indisposed, wondrous Rebecca Evans as Gretel, but in fact she rose to the challenge magnificently, working adroitly in tandem with the convincing, sulkily boyish Hansel of Cora Burggraaf.
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