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  • proper n. A Scottish and Northern Irish surname from the Gaelic Fearsithe meaning "man of peace".


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  • Seven of the band's eight musicians play string instruments with Justin Forsythe keeping the beat on drums.

    Bill Chameides: Folk-Rocking Sustainably

  • "And if he calls Forsythe's office to check on that blue-three, we're dead."


  • She married a person called Forsythe, who has since died.

    John Ward, Preacher

  • Kosta's current funding was coming from a foundation on Lorelei, one whose name Forsythe couldn't recall ever having heard before.


  • Older TV viewers recall Forsythe from the lead role in the sitcom

    Inside TV Blog

  • Actress Heather Locklear, another "Dynasty" co-star, called Forsythe "a gentleman in every sense of the word," and a "gifted actor who knew the true meaning of being gracious and kind." Chronicle

  • That we had a chance to bring the book to life where we were being taught and coached and shown these details, it allowed us to tell the story in a way that was very real for those coordinates - the area called Forsythe, in southern Missouri.


  • Many of the mentor / monitors such as Forsythe live at the Canadian provincial reconstruction centre. Top Stories

  • Many of the mentor / monitors such as Forsythe live at the Canadian PRT (provincial reconstruction centre). Top Stories

  • "Forsythe," says Mr. Robert, "is one of those persons you're always wanting to kick and never do.

    The House of Torchy


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