burr then said: "General, all things are moral to great souls."
The movies actually began here, as did modern television with Dave Garroway, Studs Terkel and burr Tillstrom.
burr says he smells a distant hint of rose, but also metal and blood.
burr's defenders insisted that he was merely planning to invade and conquer Mexican territory.
The plan unveiled last January by Hatch, Coburn and burr is a good foundation.
Jefferson rightly attributed to burr Republican success in the election.
burr must have been a very exact man in his business-affairs.
Tommy went to school in town, and himself and a hired man they called burr, did the work at the farm.
Mrs. burr must have seen us, but was too good-hearted to tell her husband all she knew.
Daniel Clark wished to advise burr of these reports and of the origin of them, but did not know where to reach him.
"rough sound of the letter -r-" (especially that common in Northumberland), 1760, later extended to "northern accented speech" in general. Possibly the sound of the word is imitative of the speech peculiarity itself, or it was adapted from one of the senses of bur (q.v.), perhaps from the phrase to have a bur in (one's) throat (late 14c.), which was a figure of speech for "feel a choking sensation, huskiness." OED says the Scottish -r- is a lingual trill, not a true burr.
Variant of bur.