Definitions

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  • proper noun A surname.

Etymologies

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From Fitz- + Henry.

Examples

  • As I say, my line has great distribution in Canada-Fitzhenry & Whiteside used to be the Canadian distributor for Ace Science Fiction, so they know what they're doing.

    SF Signal Interviews Robert J. Sawyer

  • Christine Fitzhenry, who lives in Battery Park City, said her husband drove their car to a relative's home in New Jersey in case the streets flood.

    Evacuations, Transit Shutdown Eyed in City

  • Paul Fitzhenry , a Tyco spokesman, said the precise figure the company has sought is under seal.

    Dennis Kozlowski Talks Jail, Pay

  • The publisher puts up the money-in my case, a very nice lady named Sharon Fitzhenry, who owns the mid-size Canadian publishing company Fitzhenry & Whiteside.

    SF Signal Interviews Robert J. Sawyer

  • Paul Fitzhenry , a Tyco spokesman, declined to comment.

    Kozlowski Approved for Work-Release Program

  • 'Solicitor for the accused Ms Sharon Fitzhenry said that her client had been through a difficult time lately and that his wife had left him and that his life had become increasingly lonely.

    And the Paddy Bashing Goes On

  • The next day, Riverwood resident Matthew Fitzhenry was walking home from the supermarket when he was attacked by Mr Mohamed, who repeatedly stabbed him.

    PC Jon Henry « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • 'Solicitor for the accused Ms Sharon Fitzhenry said that her client had been through a difficult time lately and that his wife had left him and that his life had become increasingly lonely.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • 'Solicitor for the accused Ms Sharon Fitzhenry said that her client had been through a difficult time lately and that his wife had left him and that his life had become increasingly lonely.

    Archive 2007-02-25

  • Fantastic Companions, Julie E. Czerneda, editor (Fitzhenry & Whiteside) [anthology]

    Archive 2006-05-28

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