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 (flă′ər-tē, flä′-), Robert Joseph 1884-1951.
American explorer and filmmaker whose works, including Nanook of the North (1922) and Moana (1926), were the first major documentaries.

Flaherty

(ˈflæhətɪ)
n
(Biography) Robert (Joseph). 1884–1951, US film director, a pioneer of documentary film; his work includes Nanook of the North (1922) and Elephant Boy (1935)

Fla•her•ty

(ˈflæ ər ti, ˈflɑ-)

n.
Robert Joseph, 1884–1951, U.S. pioneer in the production of documentary motion pictures.
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Flaherty was his name and I hope he will die without absolution.
That Flaherty, God forgive him, comes to me as white as a sheet, "I think you are the proper person." God forgive him.
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"The visual component is going to replace the voice transaction of a phone call," Marrella said.Scott Flaherty said his firm uses Android phones and WhatsApp video-calling to support technicians in the field.
Liam Flaherty, 35, hit 19-year-old Ayesha Rahman as she lay down in the middle of Gatley Road, Gatley, late at night in 2015.
Lee Flaherty, 31, and Marley Swatton, 20, set the Alias bargain clothes store ablaze on Linthorpe Road, central Middlesbrough.
Towelling himself off in the relative shelter of a changing hut on the Salthill promenade near Galway city, 72-year-old Timmy Flaherty said he expected a backlash for his exploits.
Tightly-packaged heroin parcels were found stashed underneath floorboards, concealed by a carpet, in Lawrence Flaherty's loft.