Burden

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Malaria Vaccine
... The global burden of P ... It is unclear what the future will hold for disease burden trends ... If political will and funding is maintained, the disease burden could drop further if as in the past funding lapses or clinically significant resistance develops to the main ...
Burden, Luxembourg
... Burden (Luxembourgish Biirden, German B├╝rden) is a small town in the commune of Erpeldange, in northern Luxembourg ...
Luther Burden - Professional Basketball
... Burden was drafted by the Virginia Squires of the American Basketball Association and the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association ... In the 1976-77 season, Burden got into 61 games for the Knicks in a backup role, averaging 10 minutes and 5.7 points per game. 77-78 season Knicks coach Willis Reed became frustrated with Burden's lack of defensive play, and sent him to the disabled list for the remainder of the season after he played in just two games ...
Burden Of A Day
... Burden of a Day was/is a post-hardcore band from Sarasota, Florida, formed in January 2000 ... Burden of a Day started as a worship band in church, until they were moved to reach out to people with their music ... Most of the members of Burden of a Day are still together, working on their new, untitled album ...
Annals Of The Twenty-Ninth Century - A Sample Quote
... a thousand rhinoceroses, 180,000 monkeys and 15,000 other beasts of draught and burden could be officered with perfect ease by as few as one thousand naturalists ... Birds of burden and fish of burden were in like manner drafted into the ranks of the zoological army, and, being subjected to similar training, were brought ...

Famous quotes containing the word burden:

    Christianity came into existence to lighten the heart, but now it needs to burden the heart to start with so it can lighten it afterwards. Consequently, it will perish.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    The most consistent gift and burden of motherhood is advice.
    Susan Chira (20th century)

    The burden of being black is that you have to be superior just to be equal. But the glory of it is that, once you achieve, you have achieved, indeed.
    Jesse Jackson (b. 1941)