Ferrier


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Ferrier

(ˈfɛrɪə)
n
(Biography) Kathleen. 1912–53, British contralto; noted for her expressive voice
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My name is John Ferrier," the wanderer explained; "me and that little un are all that's left o' twenty-one people.
The name of Nauvoo evidently recalled recollections to John Ferrier.
Guess I'll come with you on any terms," said Ferrier, with such emphasis that the grave Elders could not restrain a smile.
Ferrier, who lives near me, was going down by that very train.
Ferrier had just heard enough from the detective at the station to be able to give an idea of what had happened, and his story did not mend matters.
Presentations were made to Military Medallists sergeants Donald Aitken and Robert Ferrier and Bombardier William Marshall.
Instead Morgan Ferrier atoned for a 41st-minute penalty miss with Dagenham's second, substitute Elliott Romain then adding a third on the counter.
Susan Ferrier, prosecuting, said the victim shouted for help as he tried to pull the attacking dog away.
Ms Ferrier said he had previously encouraged his dog Otto to bite a victim during an affray.
Victoria University of Wellington's Ferrier Research Institute and the Breast Cancer Foundation New Zealand (BCFNZ) have entered into a partnership to develop a new vaccine for breast cancer, the Institute disclosed on Tuesday.
Our destination stores have become very popular with customers looking to find the best of both their everyday grocery needs as well as those specialty and hard-to-find items," says Brian Ferrier, regional VP of operations for Giant Eagle Inc.
In her role at Ohio University's Scripps College of Communication, Michelle Ferrier studies innovation and entrepreneurship in media.