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- proper n. A botanical plant name author abbreviation for botanist Hervé Maurice Burdet (1939-).
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We are seeking TV images, said Jean-Pierre Burdet, director of the French cross-country team.
Burdet, ancestor of the present Sir Francis, who was put to death in the reign of Edward IV., for wishing the horns of a favourite white stag, which the King had killed, in the body of the person who advised him to do it.
Burdet also joined the forces of the Count of Barcelona, established himself in Tarragona and obtained dominion over a great part of the city.
Warwickshire, had killed a white buck, which was a great favorite of the owner; and Burdet, vexed at the loss, broke into a passion, and wished the horns of the deer in the belly of the person who had advised the king to commit that insult upon him.
Burdet, was exposed to a like iniquitous and barbarous prosecution.
- — OnTuefday 'morning Thomas Cook and tne Burdet, were appre - liended by the watch atMilc-e. n#l New Town,
Burdet is employed by venerable Swiss watchmaker Audemats Piguet at Le Brassus in Switzerland.