Ferrier


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Ferrier

(ˈfɛrɪə)
n
(Biography) Kathleen. 1912–53, British contralto; noted for her expressive voice
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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.
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.
The un-named instructor was concerned because the tanker, driven by John Morrison Ferrier, 45, was tailgating the learner before overtaking when approaching a right hand bend on the A494 between Dolgellau and Bala near Capel Peniel.
It was only a penalty awarded against a very hard-working Motherwell defence that gave Rangers the goal that wiped one scored by Ferrier from a free-kick.
MARY FERRIER has a record to be proud of, one that may never be equalled.
Margaret Ferrier asked how the UK Government would react if the SNP win a majority at Holyrood next year and ask for a new poll.
Opening the case, prosecutor Susan Ferrier told Cardiff Crown Court: "The fact is that Mr Brown is involved in the drug scene.
Cllrs Maelor Williams - the town's only Lib Deb councillor - and Walter Ferrier - former leader of Middlesbrough Council and chairman of Cleveland County Council - both died this month.
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