Fergusson

Fer·gus·son

(fĕr'gŭs-ŏn),
William, Scottish surgeon, 1808-1877. See: Fergusson incision.
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One big plus for Queens was the first goal for the club for young striker Ross Fergusson which got the Doonhamers back into the match.
ROSS FERGUSSON was a wide-eyed youngster when Queen of the South embarked on their famous Scottish Cup final adventure 10 years ago.
Abdul Osman was short with a backpass along the goalline but Tomas Cerny came to the rescue to deny Fergusson.
Alasdair Fergusson brings more than 25 years of oilfield management and marketing experience to ClearWELL, having worked for major service companies in Europe and the Middle East.
US-based flow assurance and production optimisation specialist, ClearWell Oilfield Solutions, has appointed industry veteran Alasdair Fergusson as the new managing director in a major boost to its global expansion plans.
The NZ Transport Agency is advising that there will be significant delays on state highway 2 in the area of Fergusson Drive after a digger rolled off a truck and on to the road.
July 4 used to be my annual date with the monument to Arthur Walsh Fergusson (1859-1908).
Food psychologist Dr Christy Fergusson has, in partnership with ASK restaurants, delved into the science behind what tempts us and why, and has identified that three key factors affect our approach to food stuffs: 45 per cent aroma (how it smells), 35 per cent sight (what it looks like) and 20 per cent positive association (knowing you loved it the last time you ate it).
Food psychologist Dr Christy Fergusson has, in partnership with ASK restaurants, delved into the science behind what tempts us and why, and has identified that three key factors affect our approach to food stuffs: 45% aroma (how it smells), 35% sight (what it looks like) and 20% positive association (knowing you loved it the last time you ate it).
But Villa would not give up and just seconds from the final whistle, another sub in Fergusson got on the end of Bethan Merrick's free-kick to glance in an injury-time leveller.
Fergusson takes readers behind the headlines emanating from Somalia and the Horn of Africa, where instances of piracy and the accompanying poverty and crime seem to be documented almost daily.