Fayal


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Fa·yal

 (fə-yäl′, fä-)
See Faial.

Fayal

(Portuguese fəˈial)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Faial
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The islands belong to Portugal, and everything in Fayal has Portuguese characteristics about it.
And while he discussed within his own mind what sort of shape or similitude it were well to bestow upon this excellent piece of timber, there came into Drowne's workshop a certain Captain Hunnewell, owner and commander of the good brig called the Cynosure, which had just returned from her first voyage to Fayal.
One fine morning, just before the departure of the Cynosure on her second voyage to Fayal, the commander of that gallant vessel was seen to issue from his residence in Hanover Street.
There was a rumor in Boston, about this period, that a young Portuguese lady of rank, on some occasion of political or domestic disquietude, had fled from her home in Fayal and put herself under the protection of Captain Hunnewell, on board of whose vessel, and at whose residence, she was sheltered until a change of affairs.
So we go across the water, and think to sell to some Fayal man.
Shamshir Fayal, the supervisor of her treatment; and Dr.
The wonderful singers Tony Fayal, Sugar Deen, Steve Aldo, Colin and Lawrence Areety, Joey and Edmund Ankrah, Nat Smeda, Eddie Amoo, Alan Harding, George Dixon, Eddie Williams, and the Wenton brothers, Willy, Bobby, and Bernie.
Fayal Hafiane, vice-president of the official delegation of the Tunisian pilgrims, Adviser to the President of the Republic told, Thursday morning, TAP that no precise information are available yet adding that most Tunisian pilgrims are healthy.
Although the Sindh Information Minister, who is also central deputy information secretary of the party, said the 'rubbish' uttered by former Chief Minister Sindh should not be taken seriously, however the statement compelled Fayal to say that Bilawal had no rifts with his father and he was not going anywhere.
29) For example, the 1715 answers to enquiries from the Board of Trade states that "From Leghorn, Lisbon, Fayal and others the English ships bring wine, lemon, anchovies, sweet oil, olives and such like to vend for fish; but of these are such small quantities brought that it's not worth the naming.
1957 A new volcanic island appeared off Fayal Island in the Azores.