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 (fə-rōl′, fĕ-)
A city of northwest Spain on the Atlantic Ocean. An important naval station since the 18th century, it was occupied by the British and then the French in the early 1800s.
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(Spanish fɛˈrrɔl)
(Placename) See El Ferrol
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El Fer•rol

(ɛl fəˈroʊl)
a seaport in NW Spain. 88,101.
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"Dear Lady Narborough," murmured Dorian, smiling, "I have not been in love for a whole week--not, in fact, since Madame de Ferrol left town."
"But really, if you all worship Madame de Ferrol in this ridiculous way, I shall have to marry again so as to be in the fashion."
Lee Ferrol, 18, was already on bail - awaiting sentence for a knife attack - when he lashed out with the ornamental weapon he kept hanging on his wall.
The second selection is a tight game in the Spanish Segunda with Ferrol taking on Levante.