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För·ster

(fērs'tĕr),
Richard, German ophthalmologist, 1825-1902. See: Förster uveitis.
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These characters exhibit relative steadfastness to Forster's ideal
'It's his first time to fly without us and for more than 3 days!??' Forster wrote.
The open date and status above indicate when Forster Park Primary School opened or when it changed to its most recent incarnation, with a number of schools converting to academies in recent years.
England international Forster, 30, lost his place in the first team in January and is now third choice following the arrival of Angus Gunn from Manchester City.
Led by board member Nick Forster and board chairman Dan O'Callaghan at their April 30 meeting, the board voted to switch to a bank that will pay interest.
Tolkien's effort on Forster's behalf did not come unassisted.
Ffion Tomos, prosecuting, said an officer pulled over Forster's car near Frodsham at around 3.10am on January 10 this year.
The first painting bears the title 'A Merry Christmas to Mr FE Forster' and includes the line: "Northumbrians at the Royal Academy."
The second painting shows a dapper full length Mr Forster smoking his pipe.
Forster, like Wordsworth, believes in the validity of 'spots of time' as transformative and restorative: "There are moments when the inner life actually 'pays', when years of self-scrutiny, conducted for no ulterior motive, are suddenly of practical use" (Forster, 1992, p.
Southampton star Forster is in Scotland as a Three Lions stalwart.