Ferndale


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Ferndale,

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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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.
The hare was stopped in the other heat in the interests of safety and, with connections of only three of the runners opting to re-run, the trio of Ferndale Kita, Have Patience and Silver Linden automatically went through.
Ferndale Food's factory in Erith, Kent, houses two separate manufacturing plants.
An open house April 11, 1989 marked the official opening of the new CMI-Tech Center, Inc, in Ferndale, MI.
Gerald and Irene Isaac, aged 83 and 80 respectively, married in 1956 at Trerhondda Chapel in Ferndale - and they marked their diamond wedding yesterday.
All Bidders And Subcontractors Shall Have A Contractors License To Work In The State Of Washington And A City Of Ferndale Business License Before Starting Work.
The Rhondda Life project was launched in 2009 and saw a community-run heritage and visitor centre opened at Glynrhedyn, Ferndale at a cost of PS1.
Karen Barlean, the chief financial officer of Barlean's Organic Oils LLC in Ferndale, has been named the 2013 Professional Woman of the Year by Whatcom Women in Business, which presented the award during a banquet in October.