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Burgh House also called Burgh

a historic house located in Hampstead, LondonSource: Wikipedia

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Burgh Heath also called Burgh

infobox UK place| |country = England |official_name= Burgh Heath |map_type= Surrey |latitude= 51.3055 |longitude= -0.2201 |population=Source: Wikipedia

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Burgh Island also called Burgh

a small public tidal island off the south coast of Devon in England near to the small seaside village of Bigbury on SeaSource: Wikipedia

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de Burgh also called Burgh

a surname, andSource: Wikipedia

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Burgh-by-Sands also called Burgh

a village and civil parish in the City of Carlisle district of Cumbria, England, situated near the Solway FirthSource: Wikipedia

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van der Burgh also called Burgh

a director of photography from the NetherlandsSource: Wikipedia

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Burgh Castle also called Burgh

a village and civil parish in the English county of NorfolkSource: Wikipedia

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Burgh Bypass also called Burgh

a bypass of the town of Burgh Le Marsh near SkegnessSource: Wikipedia

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Burgh

a town in the Dutch province of ZeelandSource: Wikipedia

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Burgh

a village and civil parish in the Suffolk Coastal district of Suffolk, England, about 3½ miles north-west of WoodbridgeSource: Wikipedia

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Albert Burgh also called Burgh

Albert CoenraadszSource: Wikipedia

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James Burgh also called Burgh

(1714-1775) was a British Whig politician whose book Political Disquisitions set out an early case for free speech and universal suffrage: Burgh also wrote on subjects including educational reformSource: Wikipedia

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Baron Burgh also called Burgh

a title that has been created three times in the Peerage of EnglandSource: Wikipedia

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Thomas Burgh also called Burgh

was an English peerSource: Wikipedia

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Burgh

(pronounced /ˈbʌʀə/) is an autonomous corporate entity in Scotland, usually a townSource: Wikipedia

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