feer


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feer

(fɪə)
vb (intr)
to plough or mark a furrow, esp in the case of the first furrow made as a guide
References in classic literature ?
Sore is my heart and bent my stubborn pride, With Lijah and with Lisha am I tied, My soul recoyles like Cora Doctor's Wife, Like her I feer I cannot bare this life.
They are likely to be less attractive than those for the original LNG facilities, but still among the most competitive in the world, Feer said.
Jason Feer said that while it would be hard to know whether the South Korean companies would be awarded the work, though as the leading builders of LNGCs their yards are well positioned to win at least some of that work.
Near the end of the Remembrance ceremony, Lenore Wagner Floyd steps forward along with Master Bombardier Feer. They lay their wreath in honour of the three brothers--Ivan, Harry and Howard.
Para avaliar a FEER foi utilizado o teste de saltos verticais continuos com duracao de 5 segundos sem a contribuicao dos joelhos e membros superiores (CJ5s).
Mass ranges reported herein were taken from Emmons and Feer (1997) and Thorington et al.
The text was first translated into French by Feer (27-30) (to be integrated with his translations of the relevant formulaic modules on pp.
Microclimate simulations were conducted applying the model ENVI-met 3.1 and 4.0 (Bruse and Feer 1998).
Recruited through a call on Facebook, the participating youth were comprised of university students and volunteers at different organizations including Irbid Youth Volunteers, Family Kitchen, and X Feer.