Burleigh


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Bur·leigh

 (bûr′lē), First Baron
See William Cecil.

Burleigh

(ˈbɜːlɪ)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of Burghley

Bur•leigh

(ˈbɜr li)

n.
1st Baron. Cecil, William.
References in classic literature ?
Then there was Colonel Cecil Burleigh Essex, another F.
Queen Elizabeth received Spenser kindly, and was so delighted with the Faery Queen that she ordered Lord Burleigh to pay the poet 100 pounds a year.
So back to Ireland he went once more, with a grudge in his heart against Lord Burleigh.
Even the lazy gentleman with his hat on one side and his hands in his pockets, who has dispensed so much consolation by inquiring with a yawn of another gentleman whether he is 'going across' - as if it were a ferry - even he condescends to look that way, and nod his head, as who should say, 'No mistake about THAT:' and not even the sage Lord Burleigh in his nod, included half so much as this lazy gentleman of might who has made the passage (as everybody on board has found out already; it's impossible to say how) thirteen times without a single accident
UPDATE PHIL BURLEIGH has backed Edinburgh to step up their Pro12 revival when they take on the superstars of Ulster.
Burleigh also held talks with Praja Rajyam Party President Chiranjeevi and Chandrababu Naidu of the Telugu Desam Party.
Contractor address : unit 10/79 West Burleigh Rd, BURLEIGH HEADS, QLD, 4221
Peter Burleigh, on Sunday took part in a polio eradication drive in the national capital.
Residents became trapped on the upper floors as flames swept through the converted house in Burleigh Road South, Anfield.
Burleigh Estates, owners of the 120-year-old derelict Central Hotel in St Mary Street, has gone back to the drawing board for the third time after scrapping a design for a multi-million-pound apartment complex, which is set to replace the landmark.
The Worcester office of Humberts expects offers around pounds 830,000 for Burleigh Court at Clifton-upon-Teme in Worcestershire, a stone-built former vicarage on the edge of the village.
Frank and Maureen Burleigh were trapped in their house at Linn Road in Larne, Co Antrim, after the device ignited in the hall while they slept.