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city (1990 pop. 25,084), Oakland co., SE Mich., a suburb of Detroit; inc. as a city 1927. Its manufactures include automobile parts, machinery, and pharmaceuticals.
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From where I stood I could read the words: "Ship Ferndale" written in a large round hand on the first page.
"He had better," says the Captain of the Ferndale very businesslike, as if the whole thing were settled.
"It suddenly dawned upon me that the innocent skipper of the Ferndale had taken it for granted that I was a relative of the Shipping Master!
"On the north by Ferndale, south by Sunny Wave River, east by the hill of Morning Clouds, and west by the Evening Star."
On June 19 the Ferndale School District sold $39,970,000 of tax-exempt bonds.
The Ferndale Community Hub based at Ferndale Infants School was opened on Thursday and is the second of its kind in RCT.
The new grass 3G pitch has been installed at Ferndale Primary School, in Great Barr, thanks to a PS145,480 grant from the Premier League, the FA and the Government's Football Foundation.
Hermann closed March 18 on the $9 million sale of a home at 310 Ferndale Road in Wayzata, according to a certificate of real estate value made public Thursday morning.
It claims that to buy a home in Ferndale in the Rhondda, you would need to earn just PS4.03 per hour - over PS3 below the UK average wage of PS7.20 for those aged 25 and over.
The small town of Ferndale will be transformed into a TV set over the coming months, with famous faces like Ruth Jones and Di Botcher wandering the terraced streets.
The earthquake's epicenter was more than 100 miles west of the town of Ferndale, which is located in Humboldt County.