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  • Burke's Peerage — Burke s Peerage, Baronetage Knightage is an authoritative, in depth historical guide to the titled families of the United Kingdom. Founded in 1826 by British genealogist John Burke Esquire, and continued by his son, Sir John Bernard Burke, Burke… …   Wikipedia

  • Burke's Landed Gentry — (original title Burke s Commoners ) is the result of nearly two centuries of intense work by the Burke family, and others since, in building a collection of books of genealogical and heraldic interest, The History of Burke s Landed Gentry… …   Wikipedia

  • Burke’s Peerage — Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage Knightage, kurz Burke’s Peerage genannt, ist das maßgebliche Adelslexikon in Bezug auf den britischen und irischen Adel. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Geschichte 2 Inhalt 3 Erwähnung in der Literatur …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Burke's Peerage — Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage Knightage, kurz Burke’s Peerage genannt, ist das maßgebliche Adelslexikon in Bezug auf den britischen und irischen Adel. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Geschichte 2 Inhalt 3 Erwähnung in der Literatur 4 Weblinks // …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Burke's Barrage — is a toss juggling pattern named after its inventor Ken Burke. It is quite popular among jugglers due to the impressive arm moves, but it s not so hard to master, compared to the Rubenstein s Revenge for example.The pattern is based on the… …   Wikipedia

  • Burke's Undertakers — Burke’s Undertakers was a U.S. soccer team established in St. Louis, Missouri in 1935. It spent four seasons in the St. Louis Soccer League, winning two league titles before the league collapsed in 1939.HistoryPrior to the 1935 season Burke s was …   Wikipedia

  • Burke's theorem — is a theorem in queueing theory by Paul J. Burke while working at Bell Telephone Laboratories that states for an M/M/1, M/M/m or M/M/∞ queue in the steady state with arrivals a Poisson process with rate parameter λ then:# The departure process is …   Wikipedia

  • Burke's Landed Gentry — Burke’s Landed Gentry [Burkes Landed Gentry] a book published regularly in Britain that gives details of many families with high social positions who own land in Britain but do not belong to the ↑aristocracy. Compare ↑Burke s Peerage …   Useful english dictionary

  • Burke's Peerage — Burke’s Peerage [Burkes Peerage] a book published in Britain that gives details and short family histories of the members of the British ↑aristocracy and other people with titles. Its full title is Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Burke's Peerage — Burke s Peer|age a book that gives details of all the ↑noble families in the UK who have special titles such as Duke or Earl …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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