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För·ster

(fērs'tĕr),
Richard, German ophthalmologist, 1825-1902. See: Förster uveitis.
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Forster, who was living at Lancaster Walk, Kirkdale, and now lives in Musgrave Road, Sheffield, has pleaded not guilty to the charge.
Forster attempted to buy her home when she put it up for sale in 1989 but pulled out of the deal after three months because contracts had not been exchanged.
Forster of Thornbank Road, Stranraer, has already been accused of duping clients out of cash said to top pounds 1million.
The 1998 Romance Slam Jam featured author Gwynne Forster on a seven-day cruise on the Carnival ship Inspiration.
Forster knew better than to publish it, however, especially considering how Oscar Wilde had been imprisoned for homosexuality in 1895.
JAGUAR Land Rover owners Tata Motors have unveiled a new man at the helm - in the shape of well-known motor industry executive Carl-Peter Forster.
Michael Forster, originally from Gateshead, remains on the run a week after escaping from prison in South Yorkshire.
the second child of John and Josephine (nee Walker) Forster in 1922, he graduated from Holy Family High School in Union City, N.
RONALD KOEMAN is plotting an PS8million swoop to bring Celtic goalkeeper Fraser Forster to Southampton.
June 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Crum & Forster ("C&F") announced that Anthony R.