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Burns

[ burnz ]
/ bɜrnz /
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noun
Arthur F(rank), 1904–1987, U.S. economist, born in Austria: chairman of the Federal Reserve Board 1970–78.
George Nathan Birnbaum, 1896–1996, U.S. comedian (partner and husband of Gracie Allen).
Robert, 1759–96, Scottish poet.
Tommy Noah Brusso, 1881–1955, U.S. boxer: world heavyweight champion 1906–08.
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Burns
/ (bɜːnz) /

noun
Robert . 1759–96, Scottish lyric poet. His verse, written mostly in dialect, includes love songs, nature poetry, and satires. Auld Lang Syne and Tam o' Shanter are among his best known poems
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