A bust of Forrest was first placed on a pedestal in the town more than a decade ago, fortier says.
fortier says the local reaction to her campaign has been mixed.
Neither Nichols nor fortier were in Junction City, Kansas, home of the Dreamland.
“I never dreamed that we might, as a town, go backwards,” says fortier, 39, who works in a local law office.
fortier says Friends of Forrest wants to make sure “the Old South rises again.”
ON this same evening, a no less grave event set the college of Father fortier in an uproar.
This fortier has a mania for offering incomprehensible metaphors.
Very probably, said Dangerfield, with a contemptuous smile, it would please Doctor fortier to have me make the attempt—to-night?
It was an embarrassing introduction, but fortier showed wit—so he claims.
Doctor fortier had branched into other fields beyond the narrow limits of his profession.
Old English feowertig, from feower "four" (see four) + tig "group of ten" (see -ty (1)). Cf. Old Saxon fiwartig, Old Frisian fiuwertich, Dutch veertig, Old High German fiorzug, German vierzig, Old Norse fjorir tigir, Gothic fidwor tigjus.
[T]he number 40 must have been used very frequently by Mesha's scribe as a round number. It is probably often used in that way in the Bible where it is remarkably frequent, esp. in reference to periods of days or years. ... How it came to be so used is not quite certain, but it may have originated, partly at any rate, in the idea that 40 years constituted a generation or the period at the end of which a man attains maturity, an idea common, it would seem, to the Greeks, the Israelites, and the Arabs. ["The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia," James Orr, ed., Chicago, 1915]Forty winks "short sleep" is attested from 1821, In early use associated with, and perhaps coined by, eccentric English lifestyle reformer William Kitchiner M.D. (1775-1827).