Burk



Martha Jane, 1852?–1903, Calamity Jane.
Historical Examples

Down the Yellowstone Lewis R. Freeman
The Long Roll Mary Johnston
Of the Capture of Ticonderoga Ethan Allen
The White Rose of Memphis William C. Falkner
Frank Merriwell Down South Burt L. Standish
The White Rose of Memphis William C. Falkner
Ted Strong in Montana Edward C. Taylor
American Prisoners of the Revolution Danske Dandridge
Early American Plays Oscar Wegelin
Ted Strong in Montana Edward C. Taylor

noun
(Brit, slang) a variant spelling of berk

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