Her father, who managed a fur trading business in China, died when she was 5.
In Darfur, the fur, Zaghawa, and Massaleit peoples have been targeted by the Sudan government, as were Muslims in Bosnia.
There have been loads of prints, matchy-matchy suits, short shorts and—oddly enough—a bit of fur for your tropical vacation.
But with fur backpacks and leather skirts, the collection simply lacked vision.
fur Is Murmurred This was a challenging new wrinkle on a familiar question.
He is superbly dressed in a fur coat and an expensive cigar.
I'd play that fur the heftiest moral courage I've ever showed, anyway.
"Oh, I was going this way anyway," smiled the man in the fur coat.
It was a good rake, and there was fur upon his claws—and blood.
Now let's make a break, fur the quicker we get to work the sooner we'll get done.
late 14c. "trimming or lining of a garment" (implied c.1300 in surname Furhode "fur hood"), probably from Old French fourrer "to line, sheathe," from fuerre "sheath, covering," from Frankish *fodr or another Germanic source (cf. Old Frisian foder "coat lining," Old High German fotar "a lining," German Futter, Gothic fodr "sword sheath"), from Proto-Germanic *fodram "sheath."
Sense transferred in English from the notion of a lining to the thing used in it. First applied early 15c. to animal hair still on the animal.
I'le make the fur Flie 'bout the eares of the old Cur. [Butler, "Hudibras," 1663]As a verb, from c.1300, from Old French fourrer. Related: Furred; furring.