In addition to his wife of 61 years, he leaves a son, Paul Furphy
of Milford; two daughters, Virginia Giuliani of Upton and Christine Normandin of Happy Valley, Alaska; a sister, Marion Cucchi of Clinton; three grandchildren and a great-grandson.
I think this is a bit of a furphy
[an Australian colloquial term for a false report or rumour] that men won't talk about their health issues .
When I eventually returned to the Dips after Memphis, Calgary and Detroit - Jimmy Hill was the new owner - the manager Ken Furphy
made me skipper and I played up front with Cruyff.
A: The funniest word in the English language is fartlek (an athletic training regime); other funny words include furphy
, pratfall, parp and firkin.
At the end of the evening I spoke to him about Joseph Furphy
on whom I was writing my honours long essay.
Earlier Aussie yarn-spinners such as Joseph Furphy
(1843-1912) who wrote in a decidedly "Shandean" vein have not been afforded access to a metropolitan readership.
Special thanks to Joe Furphy
for his regular Water Cart column and to Syd Wigzell for his regular book reviews.
She had a 1908 photograph which she gave to the elderly Joseph Furphy
whose writing of Such is Life she lifted from obscurity.
This may be a furphy
to chill the pressure for a new or improved library.
By starting to share data as an extended enterprise inclusive of all of their supply chain partners, Wal-Mart and Target have changed the landscape of the retail industry forever," said Tom Furphy
, founder and CEO for Notiva.
In particular, Furphy
was admired on the political Left.
, Such is Life (Melbourne: Oxford Univ.