[roks-bur-oh, -buhr-oh or, esp. British, -bruh]
- a historic county in SE Scotland.
Also called Rox·burgh·shire [roks-bur-oh-sheer, -sher, -buhr-, -bruh-] /ˈrɒks bɜr oʊˌʃɪər, -ʃər, -bʌr-, -brə-/.
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Examples from the Web for roxburgh
Roxburgh in his book points to the creation in 2005 of Russia Today, which is now known as RT.
Nonetheless, Roxburgh and Ketchum in this time period urged the Kremlin to open up more with western reporters in Moscow.
In this period, Roxburgh said Ketchum was receiving $1 million a month to provide PR consulting to Russia.
A copy of this work sold at the Roxburgh sale for five guineas.The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb
On July 14, the muster of the army at Roxburgh was postponed to the 1st of August.
Douglas had been keeping the Forest, and harassing Roxburgh and Jedburgh castles.
The Sanscrit and Bengl name for the chirnj-tree is pyala (Roxburgh p. 363).The Bbur-nma in English
Babur, Emperor of Hindustan
Roxburgh, more than any other Border town, experienced the horrors of war.Highways and Byways in The Border