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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)
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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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The lot is the site of Fuller Automotive, which is owned by Christopher A.
Fan voting for the Pro Bowl opened on Tuesday, and Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller should be a popular choice.
Fullers & Friends Peat Souper, 330ml bottle, 7% ABV, available at Waitrose FULLER'S is the last of the large breweries left in London and brewing on its site in Chiswick dates back to the 17th century at least, although the Fuller family only became involved in 1845.
The Fuller Maple Farm is the next evolution for the Fullers.
According to the police report, both the Fullers admit to an alteraction, but each blamed the other as the aggressor.
"We're excited to participate with Fullers to celebrate and share our mutual passion for good beer," said Upland Brewing Co.
The original location, on the corner of 28th and Arch streets, is no longer in business, but the Fullers still are.
The board says the dismissal stems from a sexual harassment charge filed against Millard Fuller by a former female Habitat employee and the Fullers' uncooperative behavior as the investigation unfolded.
However, the organization has withdrawn that role for Fuller. In a press release posted on its Web site, the organization's executive committee charged the Fullers with being "divisive and disruptive to the organization's work" through their public comments about the matter.
Damp and grey, "the ordinarily lower-middle-class circumstances" of English life soon prove untenable to the adventuresome Fullers, and they sail back to Rhodesia, entering the fight to keep the country under white rule.
"Margaret Fuller 'Receiving' the 'Indians.'" Margaret Fullers Cultural Critique: Her Age and Legacy.