Forel

For'el noun [ Middle English forel case, sheath, Old French forel , fourel , French fourreau , Late Latin forellus , from Old French forre , fuerre , sheath, case, of German origin; confer Old High German fuotar , akin to Goth. fōdr
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Forel

For'el transitive verb To bind with a forel. [ R.] Fuller.
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Forel

• (v. t.) To bind with a forel. • (n.) A kind of parchment for book covers. See Forrill.
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Forel

The Forel was a Russian Lin Class coastal defence submarine of 500 tons displacement launched in 1935. The Forel had a top speed of 19 knots surface; 9 knots submerged. She was armed with one 1 pdr anti-aircraft gun; four 21 inch torpedo tubes.
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Forel

Type: Term Pronunciation: fō-rel′ Definitions: 1. Auguste H., Swiss neurologist, 1848-1931. See: Forel decussation, fields of Forel, under field, tegmental fields of Forel, under field
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forel

parchment for covering books
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