Sorry, no definitions found.
“He contacted the local MDC agent, Buck Nofsinger who asked him to bring the fish up to the local Country Mart in Forsyth to be officially weighed and verified.”
“Doro now lives in Forsyth, California, where his family continues to grow with new individuals and their unique powers.”
“Jean Forsyth is more likely, she's well known and has taken part in various local campaigns.”
“In Georgia, the campaign has 27 field offices, including one in Forsyth County, where 90% of the voters are Republican, said state Sen. Horacena Tate.”
“In A Glass of Blessings, Wilmet Forsyth is ostensibly a happily married woman with a nice house and a steady husband, but she lacks any sense of purpose to her life and longs to be needed somewhere, by someone.”
“In 1988, when the few black families who lived in Forsyth County, Georgia, complained of discrimination and intimidation Williams led a small protest march into the almost all-white county whose white residents had run all black residents from the county in the 1910s.”
““If you call Forsyth to tell him you think Dancing Satyr is a, uh, reproduction—””
“The man who leads this industrial empire -- Mr. Lionel A. Forsyth, is a Nova Scotian, having been born in MountDenson.”
“I don’t know where John Edwards won his big med mal verdicts, but I would be surprised to hear they were in Forsyth County based on what I was told and what I encountered.”
“In the process, I was informed of another ticket -- from some butt-fucking town called Forsyth, three years ago -- that somehow had never gotten paid.”
‘Forsyth’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Forsyth.