A new hotel and restaurant by famed chef Fergus Henderson of St. John has Londoners salivating.
Former New Hampshire GOP chairman Fergus Cullen has the stats here.
For Fergus Cullen, the chairman of the New Hampshire Republican Party in 2008, the answer is a resounding yes.
After taking leave of the count, his wife, and daughter, Fergus rode back to the royal quarters.
"Not for another three-quarters of an hour," remarked Fergus, looking at his watch.
Miss Mohun says Fergus is quite to be trusted not to take him into dangerous places.
Grandfather and Fergus looked astonished, and Fergus scratched his head.
Fergus drew nigh and sprang from his chariot.7 Cuchulain bade him welcome.
“Why, Fergus, you should have been born a savage,” said Dan.
This greeting over, Fergus said three or four words to his sister in Gaelic.
masc. proper name, from Gaelic Fearghus or Old Irish Fergus "man-ability," first element cognate with Latin vir "man," second from Old Irish gus "ability, excellence, strength, inclination," from Celtic root *gustu- "choice," from PIE root *geus- "to taste" (see gusto).