Furnivall


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English philologist who first proposed the Oxford English Dictionary (1825-1910)

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Helen Furnivall, Public Relations Executive, Travel Counsellors Ltd, Tel: +44-1204-536047, E-mail: helen.
Furnivall," University of Texas Studies in English 31 (1952): 86-96.
We see a number of start ups and large semiconductor companies struggling to tapeout systems on a chip," said Canaan Partners' Jim Furnivall.
Furnivall are among the illustrious exemplars of this dual tradition, to which Margaret Schlauch, in whose honor this conference was convened, also belonged.
Furnivall (London, 1867-8; Detroit, 1968), II, 56-77; also in Sir Gawain: Eleven Romances and Tales, ed.
Jim Furnivall, Principal of Canaan Partners, a national venture
We are very excited about the progress Business Layers has made in the Provisioning space," said Jim Furnivall, General Partner of Canaan Partners.
Nicola Furnivall, 23; Kelly Rodger, 31; James Rogers,42; Claire Campbell,30; Lisa Milburn, 23
The latter, it is worth remembering, had been founded by Frederick James Furnivall out of a democratic idea of education.
Furnivall, nor is it a comprehensive theorization of the English commonplace book in the post-modern idiom' (p.
Jim Furnivall, General Partner at Canaan Partners said, "IntraLinks fits our technology investment profile: The management team has the drive and vision to succeed and a business model that works.
PLAYGROUND bullies drove Nicola Furnivall to such despair that she thought of killing herself and even planned her own funeral.
Furnivall stated in his edition of the play for the EETS (The Digby Plays, 1896) that it was put on in three different places according to the three parts of the play called "stations" (EMI: 105), a term used to define the stages of the passion of Christ on his way to Calvary, celebrated during Lent in the Catholic Church.
Furnivall, EETS, ES 72 (London, 1987), lines 3928-34.