Fergus


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Fergus

(ˈfɜːɡəs)
n
(European Myth & Legend) (in Irish legend) a warrior king of Ulster, who was supplanted by Conchobar
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'It's time you should be doing something else, Fergus,' said I, as soon as a momentary pause in his narration allowed me to get in a word.
that spoils it - I'd hoped she was a witch,' observed Fergus, while carving his inch-thick slice of bread and butter.
'And pray, be quick about it; and mind you bring me word how much sugar she puts in her tea, and what sort of caps and aprons she wears, and all about it; for I don't know how I can live till I know,' said Fergus, very gravely.
What followed is told differently in different books, but all agree in this, that a great chief called Fergus came back from the dead in order to tell the tale, which was again written down.
Fergus McClellan of Hartburn, Stockton, joined the Royal Naval Reserve in the mid-1950s and, armed with a university degree, was Lieutenant Commander on the minesweeper HMS Hexton during the Suez Crisis.
Pupils will be returning to school today in St Fergus after a burst pipe left the village without water on Wednesday.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 15 (ANI): Hockey India announced 14 women players for the defenders training camp under the supervision of Fergus Kavanagh on Monday.
Fergus Ewing has called on the UK Government to make clear Brexit will not mean the end of EU-wide protection for Scottish produce.
Speaking on This Morning, Denise Fergus said hearing about the film, Detainment, was 'heart rending' and says no one contacted her about it before it was made.
The chance to try engineering through a Foundation Apprenticeship has led to a job for the future for Fergus Lambert.
Tenders are invited for the work covered by the works requirements and pricing document comprises the refurbishment of and extension to existing building at main street, newmarket on fergus, co.