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forby

(fɔːˈbaɪ; Scottish fərˈbaɪ) or

forbye

prep, adv
1. besides; in addition (to)
2. obsolete near; nearby
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He said that Egyptian juice exports and beverages totalled $179m last year, $95m of which were accounted forby juices, $12m non-alcoholic beverages, $25m dairy products and $47m hot drinks.
I ve said it before and I ll say it again, Southern Illinois is home to some of the most kind-hearted folks in the state, and that kindness was on full display after the tornado struck, State Senator Forby (D-Benton) said.
Blinkerswork forBy ronic Blinkers worked a treat for Byronic Hero, who took the 6f handicap for three-yearolds in fine style under Tony Hamilton, despiteatardystart .
Escape: Spikey is cared forby the RSPCA's Rachele Follin after being impaled, left.
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PRIZE GUY: Martin Bagnall (above, second left) is given his England cap by Liam Henderson, Richard Brodie and Alan Brodie at Redheugh BC's presentation night at Dunston's Federation Brewery, while with John Carver are (from second left) Joe McIntosh (Evan Bryson Award), Matthew Greenwell (Players' Player), Kieran Featherstone (Managers' Player of the Year) and Lewis Forby (Managers' Player of the Year)
This entitled him to claim some ofthe running costs of the Fife property,including a gardener and acleaner, and carry out repairsand redecorations paid forby the taxpayer.
Audi estate on Forby Grove where a young witness wrote down the car's registration number.
Jeffrey Forby, the star's nephew, preferred to buy it.
The final section relates the themes Forby has set in motion to contemporary issues as King James's absolutism, memories of the Essex rebellion, and Prince Henry's patronage.
And forby yon ye can telephone, or forby if ye're deif or speech impairit ye can contact the Pairlament's textphone number.
This would have to have happened some considerable time ago, however, since we have seen above in the quotation from Forby (1830 [1970]) that road and hood already rhymed at the period when he was writing.