Wednesday, September 21, 2016

BURKE RAMSEY KILLED JON BENET HOAX

As a verb meaning "murder by smothering," it is abstracted from William Burk, executed in Edinburgh 1829 for murdering several persons to sell their bodies for dissection.


Old cockney-English word meaning cunt. A profanity referring to the boxal region of a lady.
"guvna, i had a right funny time tryin' to get up them there stairs" 
"shut up you fucking burke"

berk
bəːk/
noun
BRITISHinformal
noun: burke
  1. a stupid person.


burked


burking


  1. transitive verb
  2. 1:  to suppress quietly or indirectly <burke an inquiry>
  3. 2:  bypassavoid <burke an issue>













Burke is remembered mainly for his support of the cause of the American Revolutionaries,Catholic emancipation, the impeachment ofWarren Hastings from the East India Company, and for his later objections about the French Revolution, the latter leading to his becoming the leading figure within the conservative faction of the Whig Party, which he dubbed the "Old Whigs", as opposed to the pro–French Revolution "New Whigs", led by Charles James Fox. 


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Birches have spiritual importance in several religions, both modern and historical. In Celtic cultures, the birch symbolises growth, renewal, stability, initiation and adaptability because it is highly adaptive and able to sustain harsh conditions with casual indifference. Proof of this adaptability is seen in its easy and eager ability to repopulate areas damaged by forest fires or clearings. Birches are also associated with the Tír na nÓg, the land of the dead and theSidhe, in Gaelic folklore, and as such frequently appear in Scottish, Irish, and English folksongs and ballads in association with death, or fairies, or returning from the grave. The leaves of the silver birch tree are used in the festival of St George, held in Novosej and other villages in Albania.[18]

The birch is New Hampshire's state tree and the national tree of Finland and Russia. TheOrnäs birch is the national tree of Sweden. The Czech word for the month of March, Březen, is derived from the Czech word bříza meaning birch, as birch trees flower in March under local conditions. The silver birch tree is of special importance to the Swedish city of Umeå. In 1888, the Umeå city fire spread all over the city and nearly burnt it down to the ground, but some birches, supposedly, halted the spread of the fire. To protect the city against future fires, it was decided to plant silver birch trees all over the city. Umeå later adopted the unofficial name of "City of the Birches (Björkarnas stad)". Also, the ice hockey team of Umeå is called Björklöven, translated to English "The Birch Leaves".