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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Burrell, Kenneth Earl Known as "Kenny.” Born 1931. American jazz guitarist. Noted for his conservative, melodic style of bop, his best-known recording is "Midnight Blue”(1963).

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  • -- F Justin Burrell is hoping for a healthier 2010-11.

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  • St. John's Burrell Out With a Broken Hand St. John's senior forward Justin Burrell will miss four to five weeks with a broken bone in his left hand, an injury that threatens his availability for the Red Storm's Nov. 6 opener against Westmont and possibly their first three games.

    Alderson to Return for Second Interview

  • Pat Burrell is as dangerous a power hitter as he was in Philadelphia, without the pressure of being a franchise player.

    Larry Abrams: The NLCS: A Tale of Two Cities Revisited

  • Paris Horne and Justin Burrell both took a step backwards in their junior season.

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  • The key will be getting better performances from Paris Horne and Justin Burrell, both of whom slumped in their junior seasons but have the potential to take this team to the next level if they play like they are capable of next year.

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  • Veterans like D.J. Kennedy, Justin Burrell and Paris Horne will be among the seniors with three years of significant experience under their belts, and the Red Storm are poised to take a big leap forward next year.

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  • Burrell is in the final season of a $50 million, six-year contract and it's uncertain whether the Phillies will bring him back.

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  • Burrell is a free agent at the season's conclusion and expects to be heavily courted by the San Francisco Giants.

    Burrell comes through in big way for Phillies

  • Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said he thinks Burrell is deserving of an All-Star spot.

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  • Burrell is batting .175 (21-for-120) with four homers and 13 RBIs since Aug. 1.

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