feller feller  /ˈfɛ lər/


  1. (n) a person who fells trees
  2. (n) a boy or man



  1. Old Casey scowled across the green infield of Cleveland's Municipal Stadium: "That young feller," he gestured grandly, "that feller's a ball player.
  2. His life was saved by a British colonel next door, who said afterward: "When I hear a feller lock a door, I don't think anything about it, and if I hear a feller fall down, that .


  1. Expert advice for anyone looking for a job

    It takes a lot of work to find a job and there’s no guarantee of success. Where do you start your search? There are lots of websites filled with job listings, but maybe there's a better way to go.“While job boards and employment ads matter, be reminded that most jobs are filled before they are listed – especially at the entry and mid-level range,” said Rich Feller, a professor at Colorado State ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: NBC NEWS

  2. Lessons from the linescore: Learning from the plodding pitchers, who succeed without "stuff"

    Of course, I also admired great pitchers with the big stuff: Warren Spahn, Bob Feller, Sandy Koufax, Tom Seaver, and Justin Verlander.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Philly.com


    200_1, Churandy Martina, Netherlands, 20.23. 2, James Ellington , Britain, 20.42. 3, Ramon Miller , Bahamas, 20.63. 4, Kamil Krynski , Poland, 20.83. 5, Diego Marani , Italy, 20.92. 6, Marvin Anderson , Jamaica, 21.11. 7, Jerrel Feller , Netherlands, 21.13. 8, Brian Mariano, Netherlands, 21.64.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Connecticut Post

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