"We have brilliant people who have injected new energy into it, like Phelim Drew as Fluther
and Niall Buggy as Uncle Peter.
While I've been out and about cooing over holly blues and meadow browns, a whole fluther
of bluebottles (or flotilla - jury's out on the collective noun) have been amassing in my dining room.
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of jellyfish a bouquet of axolotls
Stone and Q and A service Fluther
's co-founder Ben Finkel's creation has been questioned by a few who have opined that people wouldn't generally wait for a legitimate answer to arrive swiftly, Huffington Post reports.
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In particular, I was glad to see obscure, for me at least, works like Percy French's "Phil the Fluther
's Ball" and "Shlattery's Mounted Fut." What struck me in particular about these works was their mundane qualities, and this ordinariness in turn underscored for me Joyce's wide ranging awareness of popular works of his era and of that which preceded him, nicely balancing his deep understanding of Dante, Shakespeare, and Ibsen.
or smack is the collective noun for a group of jellyfish.
Good Owen Roe Peter Flynn Mark O'Regan Mrs.
GOGAN: Oh, you've got a cold on you, Fluther
: Ah, it's only a little one.
His first American film, John Ford's The Plough and the Stars, was a disappointment in its over-simplification and revisions of O'Casey's play, but Barton emphasizes that Fitzgerald's Fluther
is basically the same character as exists in the original.
Good Milo O'Shea Peter Flynn Leo Leyden Mrs.
French, who died in 1920 aged 75, also had hits with "Phil the Fluther
's Ball" and "The Mountains of Mourne".