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faur

(fɔːr)
adj
a Scot word for far
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For the Airbus Chief Executive Officer, Guillaume Faur 'It is an honour for Airbus that Air France, a long-standing valued customer, has endorsed our latest family member, the A220, for its fleet renewal plans.
Buzz, wed three times, held on to the hand of younger girlfriend Anca Faur.
Selections include: Gabriel Faur's "Cantique de Jean Racine," Frank Ticheli's "Earth Song," and Josquin de Pres' "El Grillo." The CLC Singers, Choir of Lake County and Chamber Singers are directed by Ingrid Mikolajczyk.
An faur these twa we loved as aince When the firth was burnished braw.
They will perform one-piano, four-hands suites by Claude Debussy, Gabriel Faur and Maurice Ravel.
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FAUR Ruby is in dreamland after landing the Champion on Faugheen
In the last 20 minutes they began to move upfield but they still looked "faur and wee".
Unsurprisingly, many of the obstacles these pioneers faced were social: Freda du Faur, one of New Zealand's early female mountaineers, harrumphed at the expense of hiring a porter as a chaperone, to avoid the reputational damage involved in climbing Mount Sealy accompanied only by a male guide.
Always made in England, only the finest quality mohair, plush and faur fur is used.