James (Martin). born 1949, British poet, journalist, and critic. His poetry includes the collections A German Requiem (1980) and Out of Danger (1993)
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[fen-yuh-ron] /ˈfɛn yəˌrɒn/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a white crystalline compound, C 9 H 12 N 2 O, used as an herbicide.
[fyoo-duh-ree] /ˈfyu də ri/ noun, plural feodaries. 1. a feudal vassal. 2. Obsolete. a confederate or accomplice.
[fef, feef] /fɛf, fif/ verb (used with object) 1. to invest with a fief or fee; enfeoff. /fiːf/ noun 1. a variant spelling of fief verb 2. (transitive) to invest with a benefice or fief