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“` ` Going 0-12, I bet some of these guys, especially the freshmen, are kind of down on themselves, '' cornerback Mesphin Forrester said.”
“I approached BBC Backstage but they're all tied up over at Xtech then (Backstage's Ian Forrester is doing a talk on 'Pipelines: Plumbing For The Next Web').”
“The ball smacked off Havili's shoulder and into the arms of Mesphin Forrester, who cut across the field and ran 54 yards for a touchdown to tie the game at 14 as Booty stood watching, his hands on his hips.”
“But Washington's Mesphin Forrester intercepted Tom Brandstater's pass and returned it to the Fresno State 1 with just over a minute left.”
“Finding Forrester is perhaps what I would think to be one of his greatest roles.”
“An American friend of mine, Daniel Forrester, is attending a government security conference there this week and as I hadn't seen him for 5 years I thought it would be a good opportunity to catch up on Washington gossip.”
“ Such an abnormality distorts perception; it leaves a vacuum and (in Forrester's words) "prohibits any global vision of the world, any vision of the human species" (181).”
“On the artistic side Maureen Forrester is a better ambassador than most.”
“We shall hear enough of it at Thornbank, though I shall keep out of the way; and Miss Forrester is welcome to take shelter there till the great storm blows over.”
“Forrester is less disagreeable than most of her set; and the instant I saw that Lady Portmore making difficulties about taking her home again,”
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English surnames based upon an occupation. As one would expect, many of the occupations that lent themselves to these surnames no longer exist, and variant spellings abound.
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