- From Irish or Scottish Gaelic Fearghas (Wiktionary)
“The direct quote from Fergus is "I am so going there, I will never stop going there.”
“Speaking of Joe and Fergus, Fergus is changing colors AGAIN.”
“I grew up in Fergus, and spent a lot of time in Elora as well.”
“Le parabola was the name Fergus had given this particular trick.”
“That is perhaps a reflection of the ideals and values that he received from his grandfather, William, who always thought it was important to go to the Beatty Brothers plant in Fergus at night just to let his employees know that he cared.”
“In addition, his grandfather evidently tried to ensure that at least one member of almost every family in Fergus had a job during the last Depression.”
“The Beattys live in Fergus with their 18-month-old son, Christopher.”
“How your heart must beat to remember that your great-grandfather -- wasn't his name Fergus?”
“He has been described as the Fergus Henderson of fish, keen to utilise everything from lip to tail fin via entrails, an approach he has styled "fish integralism".”
“The Fergus Falls Daily Journal reports, Hula hoops are part of the exercise routine for students at Cleveland Elementary and Adams Elementary in Fergus Falls.”
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