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Fuller

1. (Richard) Buckminster. 1895--1983, US architect and engineer: developed the geodesic dome
2. Roy (Broadbent). 1912--91, British poet and writer, whose collections include The Middle of a War (1942) and A Lost Season (1944), both of which are concerned with World War II, Epitaphs and Occasions (1949), and Available for Dreams (1989)
3. Thomas. 1608--61, English clergyman and antiquarian; author of The Worthies of England (1662)

fuller

[′fu̇l·ər]
(metallurgy)
A die or portion of a die used in preliminary forging operations to reduce the cross section somewhere between the ends of a piece of stock.
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It is a result of Fuller's project, Fuller Maps, which has seen him drawing a series of intricate maps that narrate and observe the identity of places.
Bush, Fuller has served in the Middle District of Alabama since 2002, serving as chief judge from 2004 until 2011.
It is believed they had been stabbed to death by their father Ceri Fuller, 35, who then fell to his death from a nearby quarry.
subdue the prejudices of their hearers (Margaret Fuller, Woman in the nineteenth century, 110).
I knew there was going to be a welcoming party at the airport to meet me," Fuller said, "but I wasn't expecting the Patriot Guard or television and newspaper cameras there as well.
Fuller dedicated the past year to landing one manual, one kickflip, and one crooked grind.
Fuller, who has been chairman since 1982 and non-executive chairman since 2002, said at the group's agm that he would step down next year but would stay on the board for a further three years as a non-executive director.
There are legitimate uses of the product, but there have been problems," said Bryan Fuller, senior reinsurance manager for the NAIC.
The third chapter tracks the travels of white transcendentalist writer Margaret Fuller to the American Great Lakes in 1843, and reads her "epistemological" quest westward to the American frontier as a hybrid text, a poetic ethnography that blends autobiography, history, critical reading, and a gender and race-based analysis of expansionism.
Fuller (author of the memoir Don't Let's Go the the Dogs Tonight: An African Childhood) grew up in what was then the British colony of Rhodesia, and later emigrated to the United States.
The answer is a lawsuit, if you're Millard Fuller, the fired founder of Habitat for Humanity International (HFH) in Americus, Ga.
My Heart Is a Large Kingdom" Selected Letters of Margaret Fuller, ed.