Who are Burns?

  • (noun): Celebrated Scottish poet (1759-1796).
    Synonyms: Robert Burns
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Monty Can't Buy Me Love
... In the episode, Mr Burns is jealous of megastore owner Arthur Fortune, who is beloved by the people of Springfield ... In order to win the people's love, Burns gathers the help of Homer Simpson, Professor Frink and Groundskeeper Willie to capture the Loch Ness monster ... who wanted to make an episode in which Mr Burns becomes a "thrillionaire," a millionaire who goes on thrilling adventures ...
Jamie Burns
... Jamie Daniel Burns (born 6 March 1984 in Blackpool, Lancashire) is an English professional footballer who played in midfield for Morecambe, whom he joined from Blackpool on 1 July 2007 ... At Blackpool, Burns scored four goals with strikes against Boreham Wood in the FA Cup, MK Dons in the league and a brace against Huddersfield Town in the Football ...
Burns, Colorado - Geography
... Burns is located at 39°52′24″N 106°52′55″W / 39.87333°N 106.88194°W / 39.87333 -106.88194 (39.873385,-106.881866) ...
Burns Beach, Western Australia
... Burns Beach is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located 34 kilometres (21 mi) north of Perth's central business district at the northern fringe of the City of Joondalup ... Burns Beach has managed to maintain much of its original character as a small coastal village even with its loss of isolation, and the beach is popular among hang gliding enthusiasts ...
Marge Burns
... Marjorie "Marge" Burns (July 13, 1925 – June 3, 2009) was an American and former collegiate and professional golfer ... of Woman's College UNC in 1948, Burns went on to win the North Carolina Amateur Championship an unprecedented ten times and won the Teague Award as the outstanding amateur athlete in the Carolinas five ...

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Famous quotes containing the word burns:

    The time flew by, wi’ tentless heed;
    Till, ‘tween the late and early,
    Wi’ sma’ persuasion she agreed
    To see me thro’ the barley.
    —Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    Ev’n thou who mourn’st the Daisy’s fate,
    That fate is thine—no distant date;
    Stern Ruin’s ploughshare drives , elate,
    Full on thy bloom,
    Till crush’d beneath the furrow’s weight,
    Shall be thy doom.
    —Robert Burns (1759–1796)

    Let them cant about decorum Who have characters to lose!
    —Robert Burns (1759–1796)