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fortescue

a venomous fish. See centropogon australis.
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Fortescue, the eminent novelist, reached the middle of a very long sentence.
Fortescue was a considerable celebrity, so that to-morrow one might be glad to have met him.
Fortescue had been observing her for a moment or two, as novelists are inclined to observe, and at this remark he smiled, and made it the text for a little further speculation.
Fortescue built up another rounded structure of words, had a likeness to each of her parents, but these elements were rather oddly blended.
in Ireland, beneath the armorial bearings which surmount the grand door to Fortescue Castle,
Holmes, that to-morrow is the first day of the examination for the Fortescue Scholarship.
A year of outstanding performance by Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue) was recognised at the companys Annual General Meeting in Perth today.
Caterpillar and Fortescue agreed to expand use of Cat Command for Hauling at the latter's iron ore mines in Pilbara, Western Australia.
Andrew Forrest, founder and chairman of iron ore giant Fortescue Metals Group, has made the biggest single philanthropic donation in Australian history to support a variety of social and scientific causes.
Fortescue Metals Group, an iron ore producer, has received Metals Company of the Year award and Industry Leadership Award - Raw Materials & Mining at the fifth annual Platts Global Metals Awards.
Fortescue (1859-1933), a historian who served in the British Army's North Devon Yeomanry Cavalry, provides an account of the Campaign of Waterloo and the last battles of the Napoleonic Wars.
Sydney - Australian miner Fortescue Metals on Monday posted an 88 percent slump in full-year net profit on the back of tumbling prices for the steel-making commodity iron ore.