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“I have many friends who are fello '09 grads headed to big law.”
“Killing of psychiatrist, soldiers in Iraq by fello ...”
“Poar fello! he thought he had hit it; but he was wide of the mark after all.”
“It is interesting in this context that 'fell' (from the Latin 'fello') was often used to describe both a wild, fierce person (such as an outlaw) and a brave man or warrior.”
“Once the Lubonskis decided to do something, the moved with force; next day the count called upo Ambassador Trilling and said: 'I'll vouch for this fello Bukowski.”
“It makes a fello feel like givin back a dollar out of his pay at the end of the month.”
“Hes a brite fello, Angus, even if he is a forener.”
“The other fello hits the other plate an knocks it the other way.”
“As a matter of fact its the way a French lady talks to a fello shes awful fond of.”
“When you get a spoonful of loose food up some fello puts his foot in your lap and leaves a couple of pounds of mud there.”
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