- Eileen,1920–2002, U.S. soprano.
- SuzanneRoberta Sue Ficker, born 1945, U.S. ballerina.
- James T(homas),1904–79, U.S. novelist.
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Examples from the Web for farrell
When the man threatened to report him for harassment to the NOPD, Farrell arrested him.
Knight and Farrell were both fired from the New Orleans Police Department before they gravitated to Duke.
Scalise was a state representative old enough to remember the notoriety of Farrell and Knight from years before.
Farrell issued a ticket to an 18-year-old shipyard worker for speeding and an improper exhaust mechanism, according to the TP.
During coverage of that issue, Farrell went on a WSMB AM radio talk show to defend Duke.
As Farrell had suggested, Crane sought him at the office the next day at ten o'clock.
"You will if you wait," advised Farrell, a tinge of asperity in his tone.
Why not take Farrell down to Brookfield to identify Mortimer.
Gone by fraud, gone at a kiss for ever with Harry—no, with Farrell Wand.The Coast of Chance
To Farrell's office he went and with him to an interview, in chambers, with the judge.The Cross-Cut
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- Colin (James) . born 1976, Irish film actor; he appeared in the TV series Ballykissangel before starring in the films Tigerland (2000), Minority Report (2002), Alexander (2004), and In Bruges (2008)
- J (ames) G (ordon) 1935–79, British novelist: author of Troubles (1970), The Siege of Krishnapur (1973), and The Singapore Grip (1978)
- James T (homas) 1904–79, US writer. His works include the trilogy Young (1932), The Young Manhood of Studs Lonigan (1934), and Judgment Day (1935)
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Word Origin and History for farrell
Irish surname, from Irish Fearghail "man of valor."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper