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  • proper n. A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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Rare spelling variant of Fitzhugh.

Examples

  • While the rest of the group maintains a comfortable degree of soulful grooves and uplifting music, Faiumu (better known as Fitchie) provides an atmosphere through his samplers that easily recalls the hazy mood of King Tubby and Scientist dubs in Jamaica's early '80s.

    PopMatters

  • The airline's valuation, at 10.2 times forecast 2012 earnings, is "undemanding" compared with its historic range of 10 times to 15 times, and 12.7 times at no-frills rival Ryanair Holdings, Mr. Fitchie said.

    EasyJet Soars on Strong Revenue Growth

  • "Both unit revenues and unit costs are ahead of our forecasts," said Andrew Fitchie , an analyst at investment bank Investec.

    EasyJet Soars on Strong Revenue Growth

  • The acquisition is positive and part of the airline's long-term strategy, said Investec Securities analyst Andrew Fitchie .

    BA Buys More Slots at Heathrow

  • The bigger issue is what happens to the rest of bmi, "which has potential implications for BA," Mr. Fitchie said.

    BA Buys More Slots at Heathrow

  • Fitchie added that the interest in Qantas showed that funds were now prepared to look at major airlines despite political and legal hurdles and opposition from unions.

    BA Shares Up After Qantas Bid

  • The creation was devised by Simon Robertson, head chef, and Paul Fitchie, a former chef with Harvey Nichols.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Andrew Fitchie, an Investec analyst, said, however, that most institutional investors supported modest fleet growth as low-fare carriers generally won market share in a downturn.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Investec analyst Andrew Fitchie predicted Flybe will now make a loss of £8.5m in the year to March 31, compared to previous predictions of a profit of £6.4m.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • "It's steady as she goes," said Andrew Fitchie, an analyst at Investec in London.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

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