In any case, burgess likes to rail against these pushy liberals and their tricky, communistic light bulbs.
Allred and the Jou family bombarded burgess with phone calls and visits, urging him to talk about what he knew.
At first, Jou just listened to the music playing on the stereo and chatted with a few people, burgess said.
Jou would get up every once in a while to make a phone call, burgess said.
Any public attention had been on his possible role in tipping off burgess and Maclean.
Had he dreamed that conversation between Spence and burgess on the pavilion steps?
"Oh, Cap'n burgess didn't fix the table, if that's what you mean," said the new nurse.
We cross the bridge and find another on the south bank near the toll-house and burgess's tavern.
A little while ago, at the Palladium, there was a Moore and burgess revival.
For a knight of a shire the qualification was fixed at five hundred a year; for a burgess at two hundred a year.
c.1200, burgeis "citizen of a borough," from Old French borjois (Modern French bourgeois), from Late Latin burgensis (see bourgeois). Applied from late 15c. to borough representatives in Parliament and used later in Virginia and other colonies used to denote members of the legislative body, while in Pennsylvania, etc., it meant "member of the governing council of a borough."