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burg

A very small and unremarkable town that is typically regarded as dull or boring. I can't wait to graduate high school and get out of this boring burg!

burg

(bɚg)
n. a small town. (Disdainful.) I can’t stand another day in this burg.
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For Burg, the European Union, with borders disappearing and peace spreading, is the ideal model.
Yet since Burg wrote the Hebrew version of his book several years ago, the gleam of the European Union has tarnished.
Of German descent, Burg is well equipped to grasp the contradictions of the Israeli psyche.
Central to Burg's book is his discussion of the trial of Adolph Eichmann, the Nazi war criminal who was arrested in Argentina in 1960 and subsequently tried in Jerusalem as one of the chief architects of the "Final Solution".
Well, not quite - but BUrg, aged 49, has entered the dubious world of sports memorabilia auctions, where predicting prices is no more certain than using your name to sell clothes.
Think of the best tennis matches of all time and BUrg is bound to figure in your memory.
"I got into music through skateboard videos," Burg excitedly dates.
Although he declined to name the designers he has in mind, Burg said he plans to collaborate with several to capitalize on a number of different styles.
Thermolysin is used in the synthesis of the artificial sweetener aspartame, says Van den Burg.
With Burg at the helm, Apothecon (the multisource division of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.) has focused solely on serving the retail pharmacist.
Supply of electrical energy for the points of sale of the wasserverband burg, approx.
Van der Burg's team used CA 125 blood tests to detect the recurrence of ovarian tumors in 113 women over an average of seven years.
Major organization : BURG GIEBICHENSTEIN, KUNSTHOCHSCHULE HALLE, UNIVERSITY OF ART AND DESIGN
10 cleaning of buildings in the clausewitz barracks burg in general approx.
There were a few of them, extremely powerful and necessary; then, the burgs that emerged in their vicinity provided the dynamism and the strength of business capitalism.