As the height of luxury, Meg put out some of her sewing, and then found time hang so heavily that she fell to snipping and spoiling her clothes in her attempts to furbish
them up a`la Moffat.
We arrived in time to furbish
up and get to the English church before services began.
She would have Sophie to look over all her "toilettes," as she called frocks; to furbish up any that were "passees," and to air and arrange the new.
Then, signior, I lay on you my sovereign behest to furbish up your lungs and other vocal organs, as they will be wanted on my royal service.
As soon as they could furbish
up their helmets and shields, therefore, and gird on their trusty swords, they came thronging to Iolchos, and clambered on board the new galley.
He has also fostered many North American green roof experts in their early days, including Ed Snodgrass (green roof plant grower and author of Green Roof Plants: A Resource and Planting Guide), Charlie Miller (Roofmeadow), Kurt Horvath (Green Roof Solutions), and Michael Furbish
In addition to his wife he is survived by three daughters, Joanne Furbish
and her husband, Dan, of Westborough, Michelle Matthews of Westborough and Kerrie Julian and her husband, Charles, of Upton; one brother, Hugh Matthews and one sister, Audrey Stone both of Medford and five grandchildren, Dan Furbish
, School of Education, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand; Rich Feller, Counseling and Career Developments Colorado State University.
Use the Translator and Dictionary activities to discover Furbish
, the native language of the FURBY Toy, and to converse with it.
This creature speaks its own language, Furbish
, and can "learn" to speak the language of its owners.
Abu Dhabi DecoVision, an Abu Dhabi-based interior contracting and design firm, announced it recently won a Dh150 million project to furbish
the interiors of the Etihad Towers which are being built along the Abu Dhabi Corniche opposite the Emirates Palace Hotel.
The proceeds will go to Children North East's West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) appeal to help raise the pounds 350,000 needed to re furbish
and staff a building that will provide advice, information and support for young people.