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FinkelsteinD: Robert Burns communing with nature in Aberfeldy. Couldn't get much chat out of him for some reason

toriesarentpog: Bruce, Fiona Buckland, Robert Burghart, Alex Burns, Conor Burt, rh Alistair Cairns, rh Alun Cartlidge, James Cash, Sir William Caulfield, Maria Chalk, Alex Chishti, Rehman Chope, Sir Christopher Clark, Colin Clark, rh Greg Clarke, rh Mr Kenneth Clarke, Mr Simon Cleverly, James

mickhumph: Once again, apologies to Robert Burns The Ovine handle pandemics, like all good academics, by taking advice from men and from mice with best laid schemes in endemics.

AyrshireWebsite: Dumfries is a scenic Town in Southwest Scotland with a number of Museums & Pubs connected to Robert Burns,

welfordwrites: Tam O'Shanter: a poem by Robert Burns. Click the link!

PDSongBot: Auld Lang Syne Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1788

Max_Local: Did you know that Robert Burns was the one who helped to popularize the word "Halloween" with his 1785 poem of the same name? We were excited to learn this and other fun facts about Halloween! via:

Lenniesaurus: I'm sorry, this might be the apple juice talking but the way I see it, if they didn't want me tae champion the Scots language and radical egalitarianism, then they really should've kept Robert Burns' books on a higher shelf. X

charlierhia: not me trying not to cry in this seminar while we listen to robert burns songs

RobertBurnsNTS: His writings were both successful and influential as this little volume attests; it belonged to Robert Burns and can be seen on display at the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. We all stand on the shoulders on giants occasionally; Burns - it seems - was no exception!

kingsofbracher: Michael Tomlinson, Connor Burns, Richard Drax, Tobias Elwood, Chris Loder and Robert Syms. Just wanted to say that you are all a bunch of wankers for voting against extending the free school meals program over half term.

GlobalGraeme: Several evidence markers can be seen in the parking lot area outside of an apartment complex at the corner of Primrose and Robert Burns. A forensics team can also be seen on the balcony of one of the units.

MarineSnowCs: Tonight I laughed at Mr. McAllister's Scottish joke. Robert Burns is a 19th century poet (Laugh). I learned on wikipedia. Well, Reading Festival also has been around since the 19th century. So, good night :)

GriffonGrad: “O wad some Power the giftie gie us, to see oursels as ithers see us!" In the original Scottish of Robert Burns, There is power in the insight of others, listen, observe and learn.

kootscrutinizer: “The best laid plans of mice and men oft times go awry” Robert Burns

RIBproperty: Wishing you a fantastic weekend from everyone here at Robert Irving Burns!

AyrshireWebsite: Alloway Village and Robert Burns birthplace Cottage on

Art_VintageNH: Robert Burns ~ 1869-1941

StopintimeA: Antique book The complete poetical works of Robert burns 1843 by StopinTime

theoptimist1991: Robert Burns you awesome poet!

MilanCampion1: Remember, if you can Thomas Cook it you can Robert Burns it

PDSongBot: A Red, Red Rose Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1794

RussInCheshire: The government fundamentally doesn't want to govern. It just wants to campaign. When you campaign, you don't ever deliver a policy: you just create a conflict that lets you paint your opponent as unreasonable. And then you do it again. And again And that's this govt...

TataMP2020: The famous scottish old song "Auld lang syne" was taken down from an old man by Robert Burns in 1788. Listen to our arrangement for string quartet here:

CBCHfxTraffic: Police have Primrose St closed near Robert Burns Dr in Dartmouth. Forensic teams are investigating a violent incident that took place in the area last night.

infomorning: BREAKING: Police say a 25 y/o man has died in hospital after he was injured last night around 6:30 in Dartmouth. Forensics have an area of Primrose Street at Robert Burns Drive taped off by this apt building

965breeze: FYI - Police have Primrose St closed near Robert Burns Drive in Dartmouth. No Halifax Transit service in that area for now.

mickhumph: To a Mouse, On Turning her up in Her Nest. If you fail to pick up a mouse, the cat has brought into you house, in the right way you’ll gang aft agley an’ she’ll cozie here, with her spouse. (With apologies to Robert Burns).

SuperTCS: “There is no such uncertainty as a sure thing.” - Robert Burns

PoetryExch: Voice, identity, social mobility, musicality...and the Scots language...Brian Cox on his life with poetry, our latest episode:

_almosttangible: Video Description: First, we see a mist over some trees, then raindrops on surface of water. The screen goes white, and text appears: “Robert Burns. Experienced in 3D soundscape.” A closeup of a woman’s face, she has blonde hair sweeping over her green eyes. (1/2)

LULUBUNGAKU: O my Luve's like a red, red rose That's newly sprung in June; "A Red Red Rose" Robert Burns

GreenDental_: Did you know that Robert Burns was the one who helped to popularize the word "Halloween" with his 1785 poem of the same name? We were excited to learn this and other fun facts about Halloween! via:

Poem2Poem: O my Luve's like a red, red rose / That's newly sprung in June; / O my Luve's like the melodie / That's sweetly played in tune. - Robert Burns

MaginLaSovGregg: Please, someone, stop me from writing 5,000 words on Robert Burns ...

MrsJoeMcCarthy: “The best of investigative journalism” reminds me of Robert Burns To A Louse “oh were some power the gift give us to see ourselves as others see us”

HfxMda: Forensics are on scene at Primrose and Robert Burns

UKCoverLover: 2009 Buckingham Covers - 250th Anniversary of the Birth of Robert Burns

mhaoilein: The SNP used to sing this song. It’s time the branches brought back this spirit to the party. Robert Burns’ “Scots Wha Hae”

seapieparcel: Some tunefulness and Robert Burns for a Thursday morning

PDSongBot: Auld Lang Syne Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1788

dgcouncil: Apparently October 21 is Back to the Future Day! To celebrate this (and the end of the holidays) the Robert Burns Centre Film Theatre is hosting a sceening of this classic film this Sunday at 2.15pm. Get your tickets here:

GoGlen2Glen: In the run-up to Halloween, the residents of Ayr celebrate in their own unique way with the annual TamFest. It celebrates Robert Burns' great poem of witches, warlocks and the Devil himself. They've gone virtual so you can join in across the world.

oldfoldingmaps: Edinburgh & detail first published circa 1886 by Brewster & Griffiths. Inset map detailing the positions of notable streets, squares, and buildings including the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh Castle, & Holyrood Palace. Address to Edinburgh by Robert Burns.

MPmultimedia: Did you know that Robert Burns was the one who helped to popularize the word "Halloween" with his 1785 poem of the same name? We were excited to learn this and other fun facts about Halloween! via:

MPMVideos: Did you know that Robert Burns was the one who helped to popularize the word "Halloween" with his 1785 poem of the same name? We were excited to learn this and other fun facts about Halloween! via:

StGilesMusic: ♫ BOOK OF THE DAY ♪ Malcolm Arnold: Four Scottish Dances Composed in early 1957 and based on original melodies, except one, the melody of which was composed by Robert Burns!

somesnowbird: Robert Burns - Scots Wha Hae Be a FREEMAN or FREEWOMAN so base as be a slave NO TO SOCIALISM

AyrshireWebsite: Alloway / Ayrshire Brig o Doon Gardens and Hotel for Robert Burns at,

FeldmanAdam: And written contributions by Chad Beguelin, Jacob Burns, Maggie Cassella, David Henry Hwang, Tony Kushner, Douglas McGrath, Lynn Nottage, Robert O’Hara, Kate Rigg, José Rivera, Stacey Rose, Aurin Squire, DeLanna Studi, Paula Vogel and John Waters. Phew!

kevcross: Pentagon estimates cost of new nuclear missiles at $95.8-BILLION !! ~ by Robert Burns - Oct. 21, 2020

NESDCeltic: ‘A Man’s a Man for A’ That’: A Poem by Robert Burns

ColinBurnett16: "If you consider the work of Robert Burns, then he took Scots from the local environment and made it global as readers across the world eagerly consume his work even to this day. An example of the power of the Scots language''

welfordwrites: Tam O’ Shanter, a poem by Robert Burns. A look at Burns’s best known and justly renowned longer poem. Click the link!

yokkoishoichi: Good Halloween reads from Inko for almost all ages: Robert Burn's Tam O'Shanter

MarkThompStuff: The Robert Burns monument at St Nicholas Church in Dundalk. His sister Agnes lived in the cottage just outside the town at Stephenstown Pond; when she died she was buried in the churchyard. This is why the local cigarette factory had a world famous brand called “Sweet Afton” -

Brown7228: Trump white voters from Robert Burns. “O, wad some Power the giftie gie us To see oursels as others see us! It wad frae monie a blunder free us, An' foolish notion.”

NoArahant: “But pleasures are like poppies spread, You seize the flower, it's bloom is shed; Or, like the snow-fall in the river, A moment white, then melts forever.” - Robert Burns

SuperQueer619: Horacio the handsnake - Robert Burns

CuttySarkLog: "...Or cutty-sarks run in your mind, Think! ye may buy joys o'er dear - Remember Tam o' Shanter's mare." ~ "Tam o'Shanter" Robert Burns

CaCemeteryHist: Hamilton Cemetery, ON: A stone for George Tyson, who died in November 1857 at 62. The epitaph is from a 1788 letter by Robert Burns - "I could moralise to-night, like a Death's head. 'O What is this life, that thoughtless wish of all? A drop of honey in a draught of gall.'"

tyler_tyler_tyl: aside from some of the franchise heavy hitters, Tourist Trap is probably my favorite slasher movie. it's creepiness is aided in no small part by art direction from Robert A. Burns, who also handled AD work in texas chainsaw massacre, the howling, and re-animator.

PDSongBot: A Red, Red Rose Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1794

Maggiedeephoto: "Whatever mitigates the woes or increases the happiness of others, this is my criterion of goodness; and whatever injures society at large or any individual in it, this is my measure of iniquity." - Robert Burns

AaronBastani: People on the minimum wage in Greater Manchester have someone fighting for them. How many on low incomes can say that? Well done Andy Burnham.

haveigotnews: BREAKING: Government insists Manchester’s £22 million support package is actually very generous, as that sort of money could run a failed test and trace system for over 14 minutes.

Lenniesaurus: Every time someone says Scots is just English with an accent, the ghost of Robert Burns himself possesses my mortal form and inspires me to write another poyum. X

si_saam: Smoke from the City, Robert Burns Wilson, n.d.

RexannaKeats: There's a problem with the article. At 7:10 a.m., on the day of the shootings, officers Lawrence Robert Costello and Sara Burns of the Fredericton Police Force responded to reports of shots fired outside a local apartment building.

calquezada: "The best laid schemes of mice and men/Go often askew." Robert Burns

YGWhitburn: Robert Burns enthusiasts wanted as charity works to save the home of Scotland’s national poet

GamesClubCanada: Monopoly version of Ayr launches today as board game features town favourites from Robert Burns ...

fictionarrative: Robert Burns enthusiasts wanted as charity works to save the home of Scotland’s national poet

xmlxydgbupztuu1: Makes countless thousands mourn! - Robert Burns"

MaiSutherland: Some history - Photo Robbie Moffat Mairi Sutherland at the Hotel De Paris in Monaco after receiving an Award for the bio pic about the Poet Robert Burns in 2004at Monaco Film Festival. My photos prove I'm no fake so anyone saying this could will be prosecuted.

EdinburghUP: We're excited to be publishing BURNS CHRONICLE from 2021 - a dedicated platform for the rich, international research on Robert Burns! Find out how to sign up for Table of Contents alerts, recommend to your library and subscribe:

BlackwaterPress: Poem of the week: Oh wert thou in the cauld blast by Robert Burns

heraldscotland: Enthusiasts of Scotland’s national poet Rabbie Burns are being called upon as a charity works to save his family home.

RedState: DNI John Ratcliffe Says the Joe Biden Emails Are Not a Russian Plot and Adam Schiff Suffers Third Degree Burns In the Process

heraldscotland: Lovers of Scotland's Bard wanted:

tcboyle: It doesn't take much. See, for example, Robert Burns' poem, "To A Louse."

watke_: Sevilla FC was founded in 1890 by a group of Scottish and Spanish merchants during an annual celebration of the poet Robert Burns. Their official announcement specifically mentioned "limited consumption of small beer" which I take to mean they were hammered.

HeraldSports: Diaz gushed about a player who is rarely discussed: redshirt junior running back Robert Burns, a 5-11, 225-pound bull of a runner who is listed fourth on the depth chart — including behind true freshmen Donald Chaney Jr. and Jaylan Knighton.

heraldscotland: Volunteers will be offered the chance to learn more about Scotland's Bard.

NESDCeltic: ‘A Man’s a Man for A’ That’: A Poem by Robert Burns A Man’s a Man for

callmeRebeccaJ: Auld Lang Syne (Robert Burns pome 1788 covered by many Artists all Beautiful, all Haunting)

78Derngate: "Diana & her Nymphs". Robert Burns. 1926.

trickeycomedy: Season 1 had 9 parts. Ken Burns covered the entire American civil war in 9 parts and he didn’t have to include any footage of Robert E. Lee playing volleyball.

heraldscotland: Robert Burns was inspired to write a poem about this Perthshire beauty spot in 1787

PDSongBot: Auld Lang Syne Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1788

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PDSongBot: A Red, Red Rose Music: Traditional Scottish Lyrics: Robert Burns, 1794

MaryMcGowne: Autumn in Scotland. Balmoral Castle War Memorial, Ballater Train Station and Robert Burns fireplace at Fife Arms, Braemar.

PoetryExch: Identity, crisis, coming the core of who we are...with Brian Cox, with poetry...our latest episode...

mattyglesias: Woke five year-old alert: “These are the people I don’t like — Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, Jeb Stuart, Donald Trump, and the governor of Russia.”

scotlandhowie: BMX Bandits at The Garage, Highbury. “This next one was written by Robert Burns.” Someone shouts ‘green, green grass of home ...’ band start playing Tom Jones.

IASSL_ScotLit: The Burns Chronicle is a dedicated platform for the rich, international research on Robert Burns (1759-96) which is happening in the 21st century.

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