Ferrier

Ferrier may refer to:

People
  • Ferrier (surname)
  • Kathleen Ferrier (1912–1953), contralto
Places
  • Ferrier Estate, large Council estate in Greenwich, London, UK
  • Ferrier, Nord-Est, municipality in Haiti
  • Ferrier Peninsula, South Orkney Islands, Antarctica
Other
  • Ferrier carbocyclization, organic reaction
  • Ferrier rearrangement, organic reaction
  • Kathleen Ferrier Award, contest for Opera singers

Other articles related to "ferrier":

Julie Ferrier - Career
... In 2004, she played Today is Ferrier in a mise en scène by Isabelle Nanty ... In 2006, her one-woman show Today is Ferrier was a public and critical success ... the television animation Moot-Moot and put out the DVD of Today is Ferrier ...
Ferrier Estate - Construction and Decline
... Ferrier was constructed by the London Borough of Greenwich on an old brownfield site to the east of Blackheath ... The Ferrier Estate was built on two sites ... Association started a property-marking initiative at the Ferrier Estate, due to its notoriety as a 'burglary blackspot' ...
Ferrier, Haiti
... Ferrier (Creole Ferye) is a municipality in the Fort-Liberté Arrondissement, in the Nord-Est Department of Haiti ...
Arthur Ferrier
... Arthur Ferrier (1891 – 27 May 1973) was a Scottish artist, illustrator and cartoonist ... Ferrier was born and started work in Glasgow, Scotland as an analytical chemist ... In addition to his printed work, Ferrier also painted during World War I ...
Scott Ferrier
... Scott Ferrier (born 12 June 1974 in Melbourne, Victoria) is a former decathlete from Australia, who represented his native country at two consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1996 ... Ferrier competed for the Old Melburnians Athletics club and was a two-time Australian champion in the men's decathlon, he married Olympic teammate and high jumper Alison Inverarity in 2000 ...