Ferrier


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Ferrier

(ˈfɛrɪə)
n
(Biography) Kathleen. 1912–53, British contralto; noted for her expressive voice
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"My name is John Ferrier," the wanderer explained; "me and that little un are all that's left o' twenty-one people.
The name of Nauvoo evidently recalled recollections to John Ferrier. "I see," he said, "you are the Mormons."
"Guess I'll come with you on any terms," said Ferrier, with such emphasis that the grave Elders could not restrain a smile.
Had I even the secret of one such mind, did I hold the key to the fancy of even one lunatic, I might advance my own branch of science to a pitch compared with which Burdon-Sanderson's physiology or Ferrier's brain knowledge would be as nothing.
Ferrier, who lives near me, was going down by that very train.
Ferrier had just heard enough from the detective at the station to be able to give an idea of what had happened, and his story did not mend matters.
MICKY MELLON has revealed that striker Morgan Ferrier has sustained a knee ligament injury in training and will be ruled out for eight weeks.
Petrus is focused on organic growth and infrastructure control in its core area, Ferrier, Alberta.
DARRELL CLARKE says Walsall will sign two strikers before the transfer window closes following Morgan Ferrier's move to Tranmere Rovers.
Jason Ferrier, 46, from Edinburgh, met his best friend Lindsay Darling-Brackenridge, 39, from Dundee, while studying at Dundee University in 2002.
The vets checked her microchip and immediately contacted her owner Jodie Ferrier, 36, who now lives on the Isle of Wight.
Delivery driver Stephen David Ferrier was described as "not the usual sort of burglar" after he stole to feed his addiction to illegal opioid pain relief.