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fother

(ˈfɒðə)
n
1. (Units) (in England) a measure of a quantity of lead
2. a cart-load; a large quantity
vb (intr)
(Nautical Terms) nautical to stop a leak in a ship's hull
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He said that the 97pc construction work of fother main rural roads construction has also been completed in district under Phase-V of Khadim-e-Aala Rural Roads development Programme with total cost of Rs570m.
The coomb, seam, hobbett, gawn, faggott, gad burthen, (the three last particularly applied to different weights of steel) the fother, cade, last, dicker, wey, clove, boll, batement, windle, hoop, kernel, frolet, eighteen day, and half eighteen day measures.
(6.) Alvarez E, Sutton DA, Cano J, Fother gill AW, Stchigel A, Rinaldi MG, et al.
Fother figure: Kevin Fotheringham is the daddy of them all after firing East Fife ahead and (inset) top scorer Paul McManus celebrates his goal
He says that if Dr Fother wants him to do some work doctor must say so, but he would rather do jobs like taking the books from the shelves and dusting them.
LOG(SP) = f(constant, SF, AGE, DOM, BR, PKG, PGAR, PCARPRT, PDETACH, PATTACH, FPL, BTH2, BTH3, BTH4, HBTH, VACANT, WELLMAIN, SOLDASIS, LAKE, LAND2, LAND3, LAND4, LAND5, LAND6, FFHA, FCASH, FPRIV, FOTHER, ZON1 - ZON11, Q392 - Q497).
Mardan District Police Officer Dr Mian Saeed Ahmed told the media at local press club that in addition to a joint investigation team (JIT), fother teams are working on the case under his supervision.
How's your Fother: Kevin Fotheringham is the daddy of them all after firing the opener and (inset) Paul McManus and Stephen Thomson battle
FOTHER AHEAD: Martyn Fotheringham, centre, puts Beath .