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Farrar

[fuh-rahr] /fəˈrɑr/
noun
1.
Geraldine (Mrs. Lou Tellegen) 1882–1967, U.S. operatic soprano.
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  • Farrar has been very quiet and attentive all the afternoon,” said Jeffreys.

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  • “Stand on the form an hour, Farrar,” said Trimble, with a scowl.

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  • Why, say, even Farrar stands up and leads in the call for an encore.

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  • Farrar was up in a moment, but Ellis, after one or two trials, desisted.

  • By no possibility could Alessandro go to Farrar's and back before dark.

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