And burg is an Orthodox Jew from a distinguished Israeli political family.
The dinner with burg was not cancelled and burg was a welcome guest at the Hillel.
The headline of a burg Haartez op-ed last month asked the crucial question: "Oslo is dead, what's next?"
Marienburg (Mary's burg), with its grand stone Schloss still visible and even habitable: this was at length their headquarter.
Their daughter was Hungerd, who was brought up at Thorstein's at burg.
And the sheriffs and constables and all that held castles in town or burg came out and promised to be faithful to him.
Left the 'burg afoot the day after; got to Faraway in the evening.
Then was all the burg aghast; and the host, the father of the knight who lay dead upon the bier, felt his heart die within him.
She had been betrothed to a soldier whose regiment was stationed in the burg.
No sound was to be heard within or without the burg but the sounds of the winds.
A city; town; village •Usu expresses contempt: stuck two days in this ghastly burg (1840s+ Theater)