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Fer·ry

(fer'ē),
Erwin S., U.S. physicist, 1868-1956. See: Ferry-Porter law.
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But Mr Ferris said he braked as soon as he realised the pedestrian was ahead and claimed he should not have been dismissed.
A video of Shepherd aboard the Ferris wheel at the Navy Pier, modeled after the original Chicago World's Fair designs, can be viewed below.
In November, Ferris was fined pounds 51,000 and had to pay Vosa's costs.
Most Viable -- "Helpin' Hand Grocery Run", a plan written by Laura Seiko and Adrienne Maclaurin of West Ferris Secondary School won for the Most Viable business plan.
Ferris already has a dismal disciplinary record in terms of racing, having incurred suspensions totalling 178 days since the summer of 2001, mostly for whip offences, but he now faces the prospect of being warned off if found guilty of the HRA charges.
Ferris saw the scene in 1988 when he traveled with Air Force personnel to McMurdo Sound in Antarctica.
The planned Ferris wheel, with a diameter of 150 meters, would be bigger than the 135-meter London Eye, currently the world's largest Ferris wheel in London.
The United Association--officially known as the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing, Pipefitting and Sprinklerfitting Industry of the United States and Canada--developed its STAR certification program in conjunction with Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan, which has a prominent history of vocational education.
In Ferris Wheel Fun, CiCi and Ace go for a ride on a ferris wheel where they use their imaginations to win a rocket race in space, swim with a shark in the dark, dig like moles in their holes, fly in the sky, and in general embark on a magic ride of music and make-believe adventure.
O'Meara and others like him, including author Ferris, are amateur astronomers who share a passion for the night sky.