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Burnley

(ˈbɜːnlɪ)
n
(Placename) an industrial town in NW England, in E Lancashire. Pop: 73 021 (2001)

Burn•ley

(ˈbɜrn li)

n.
a city in E Lancashire, in NW England. 92,700.
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EVERTON are in line to pocket more than PS1m after selling Chris Long to Burnley.
That attracted admirers and he could be another Burnley player offered the chance to stay in the top flight.
Burnley have apparently got more points than we have recently, and we have all these internationals so they get tired and injured, which Burnley don't, but we don't fear Burnley.
Burnley Hull 4 Points from last ten league games 11 W3 D2 L5 Last ten homes/aways W1 D4 L5 0.
The company will perform production work on the casings, called 'nacelles', which hold the engines, fuel or equipment on the new-generation craft, at its Burnley plant and at Le Havre,France, and Casablanca, Morocco.
WHEN Boro fans visit Burnley on Saturday they will head for a town that has seen a transformation over the centuries, from being a green haven to an industrial centre of manufacturing.
BURNLEY 2 Jones 29, Marney 68 DERBY 0 BURNLEY'S vision of the Promised Land came into sharper focus as rivals Derby saw only injustice.
TEAM IPSWICH BURNLEY 10 MICHAEL CHOPRA fired his 14th goal of the season as Ipswich maintained their march up the npower Championship table with a fifth straight home win against Burnley last night.
The Italian coach wants to give the Ivory Coast pair more time to recover from their return journey from African Nations Cup duty and insisted that the Burnley game has arrived too early for them.
Summary: Burnley have named Brian Laws as their new manager following the departure of Owen Coyle to rivals Bolton Wanderers.
BURNLEY have named former Sheffield Wednesday boss Brian Laws as their new manager.
Burnley confirmed yesterday that Coyle had held discussions with Bolton.