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  • proper n. A peninsula in southern Cumbria, historically part of Lancashire


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  • Somehow all of a open courtesy he perceived in a quarrel remade Furness from a younger hermit who was good during sketch in to a dynamo of energy, many in a indication of what law firms call a "rainmaker".

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  • Whitehaven had the breeze behind them in the first half and had most of the possession and territory but found it difficult to break a Furness defence despite creating several good opportunities.

    News round-up

  • New coach Dean Marwood will take charge of the side for the first time in the clash at Craven Park - to be known as the Furness Heating Components Stadium this season after the club's sponsorship draw.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Recalling Furness 'reaction, Jackman says: "God bless her, she said,' I could've told them that years ago! '

    The Daily Illini - The Independent Student Newspaper at the University of Illinois since 1871

  • There can be no doubt that it was the observance of this partial failure of the round arch (partly owing probably to their own careless way of preparing the foundations for their piers -- for the mediæval builders were very bad engineers in that respect) which induced the builders of the early transitional abbeys, such as Furness and Fountains and Kirkstall, to build the large arches of the nave pointed, though they still retain the circular-headed form for the smaller arches in the same buildings, which were not so constructively important.

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 647, May 26, 1888

  • His screams were so heart-rending which Furness ran out to him as good as put a handkerchief tournequet around his bleeding thigh.

    Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia

  • It was founded by Horace Howard Furness, a hermit of Frank Furness a architect.

    Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia

  • His subject was a wartime exploits of Frank Furness, whose name is mostly mispronounced nonetheless whose thumbprints have been all over a design of 19th Century Philadelphia.

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  • He regarded Furness as his literary mentor, as good as wrote a cowboy novel after a rest heal in Wyoming for a nervous breakdown, during Mitchell's suggestion.

    Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia

  • It was a tiny annoying which Furness as good as Hodge found they had unequivocally tiny to contend to any alternative for a five-day visit, nonetheless Hodge eventually valid means to be one-up in a situation.

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