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Story (magazine)
... a magazine founded in 1931 by journalist-editor Whit Burnett and his first wife, Martha Foley, in Vienna, Austria ... in Vienna, and two years later, Story moved to New York City where Burnett and Foley created The Story Press in 1936 ... Burnett's second wife, Hallie Southgate Burnett, began collaborating with him in 1942 ...
Leonard Burnett
... Leonard Burnett (April 5, 1845 in Yorkshire, England - August 21, 1932) was a politician, farmer and teacher ... The son of Thomas Burnett and Hannah Dickenson, he came to Canada in 1846, was educated in Greenwood, Ontario and Whitby and settled in Greenbank ... Burnett taught school for three years ...
Charles Hiram Burnett, Sr.
... Charles Hiram Burnett the son of Hiram Burnett and Elizabeth Merriam Gibbs Burnett of Seattle, Washington ... Amy Louise Burnett became the wife of Marshall Latham Bond and Charles Hiram Burnett Jr ... Charles Hiram Burnett Sr ...
Lucas Burnett - Playing Career
... Burnett began his career at junior level in 2000–01 with the Beaver Valley Nitehawks in his native British Columbia ... ice in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League and in the 2000-01 season, Burnett totalled 32 goals and 33 assists in just 42 games ... This productivity saw Burnett move up to the British Columbia Hockey League's Trail Smoke Eaters for the 2001–02 term, a Tier II 'A' junior team ...
Burnett, Indiana - Geography
... Burnett is located at 39°32′34″N 87°17′44″W / 39.54278°N 87.29556°W / 39.54278 -87.29556 ...

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    If you want to know the feeling [of labor pain], just take your bottom lip and pull it over your head.
    —Carol Burnett (20th century)

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