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FURWinthrop Realty Trust (real estate investement stock symbol)
FURFerric Uptake Regulation (protein)
FURFuse Uses Rapi
FURFunded University Research (various schools)
FURFramakey Ubuntu-Fr Remix (French mobile office solution)
FURFrente Unido Revolucionario (Africa)
FURForma Urbis Romae
FURFury Explorations Ltd (Vancouver, BC, Canada; stock symbol)
FURFast Update Request
FURFuture Utility Rotorcraft
FURFull-Up Round
FURFixed Unit Rate
FURFire Underwriting Report (insurance)
FURFouled Up Royally
FURFacility Utilization Request (US NASA)
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It is difficult to do justice to the courage, fortitude, and perseverance of the pioneers of the fur trade, who conducted these early expeditions, and first broke their way through a wilderness where everything was calculated to deter and dismay them.
In 1830, the association took the name of the Rocky Mountain Fur Company, of which Captain Sublette and Robert Campbell were prominent members.
In the meantime, the success of this company attracted the attention and excited the emulation of the American Fur Company, and brought them once more into the field of their ancient enterprise.
It occurred to me that a work of this kind might comprise a variety of those curious details, so interesting to me, illustrative of the fur trade; of its remote and adventurous enterprises, and of the various people, and tribes, and castes, and characters, civilized and savage, affected by its operations.
And the huntsmen went up to the tree, and when they came back again said, 'In the hollow tree there lies a most wonderful beast, such as we never saw before; its skin seems to be of a thousand kinds of fur, but there it lies fast asleep.
Then she took her little lamp, and went into her cabin, and took off the fur skin, and washed the soot from off her face and hands, so that her beauty shone forth like the sun from behind the clouds.
Having done this he hurriedly undid his girdle, opened out his fur coat, and having pushed Nikita down, lay down on top of him, covering him not only with his fur coat but with the whole of his body, which glowed with warmth.
He lay like that for a long time, wiping his eyes on the fur of his coat and tucking under his knee the right skirt, which the wind kept turning up.
The other occupants of the room, five in number, were all females, and they were still sleeping, piled high with a motley array of silks and furs.
As she had no dressing-gown with her she put on her long fur coat over her night-gown, threw some logs on the fire, and lay down.
She didn't start; only her other hand flew to the edges of the fur coat, gripping them together over her breast.
The balance of the night we spent shivering in our inadequate sleeping silks and furs upon the snow that lies at the foot of the ice-barrier.