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.
Among its drum line are Matthew Fergus of Mount Prospect, who was part of the percussion section at Prospect High School, as well as Joe Ure of Arlington Heights, who played trombone at Rolling Meadows High School.
Denise Fergus said she and two-year-old James's father, Ralph Bulger, hit "rock bottom" as their son's third birthday approached shortly after he was abducted from a shopping centre in Liverpool and killed in 1993.
Team GB's most successful Olympic athlete Chris Hoy, along with awardwinning co-author Joanna Nadin and illustrator Clare Elsom, will take kids on a fantastically fun, magical cycling adventure to explore the enchanting world of Flying Fergus through teamwork, creativity and a whole lot of action.
Fergus has idolized Claire in the years since her disappearance.
IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group), one of the worlds leading hotel companies, has welcomed IHG veteran Fergus Stewart to the Europe region as Vice President, Luxury Operations.
SELKIRK boss Ian Fergus rates BSC Glasgow but is sure his young side can shock the early Lowland League pace-setters.
Howard Wilson, 56, who has a strange fixation with Denise Fergus, was found guilty of stalking her and damaging a police cell after a one-day trial at South Sefton Magistrates Court.
Fergus Anckorn, an artilleryman captured in the fall of Singapore in 1942, became known as The Conjurer of the Kwai after the notorious river where thousands of Allied PoWs laboured and died.