Definition of Telfers
1. telfer [v] - See also: telfer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Telfers
Literary usage of Telfers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Hartwick New York--Heart of Otsego County by Town of Hartwick Historical Society (2002)
"Joe Lynch was another employee at telfers doing much of the dairy work. ... Just before World War II, telfers stopped butchering, and closed the meat market ..."
2. The Panama Canal and United States Interests: Hearing Before the Committee by United States, Senate, Congress, Committee on Foreign Relations (1998)
"Admiral Moorer has been told that telfers Island is the home of the Chinese-planned export Zone called the Great Wall of China Project. ..."
3. Lives of the Engineers by Samuel Smiles (1904)
"Sir W. Scott says, in the ' Minstrelsy,1 that "there is still a family of telfers, residing near Langholm, who pretend to derive their descent from the ..."