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a member of the ancient Germanic peoples who spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empire in the 4th century

a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked

stamp with a postmark to indicate date and time of mailing

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exempt by means of an official pass or letter, as from customs or other checks

characterized by directness in manner or speech

clearly manifest

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Franken is one of two people in the world who is trained to operate the sophisticated RBT System that drives the automation in OnPoint's factory.
Laurie and Franken said that they shared their findings with Square in February only to be told that it wasn't seen as a threat and that traffic analysis would expose those kinds of transactions.
Franken ends the letter by asking Jobs a nine key questions, many of which touch on the same issues and concerns raised by the initial reports.
The Franken Amendment was implemented this year by an interim Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation.
This is all you need to know about the Franken left: They aren't quite as crazy as the neocon right when they discuss foreign policy, but they are every bit as devoted to U.
With Franken declared winner of the Minnesota seat and the usual backing of two independent senators, Democrats now have 60 seats in the 100-seat senate - a big enough majority to overcome possible Republican delaying tactics on legislative votes.
When you win an election this close, you know not one bit of effort went to waste," Franken said.
It'll cost you a hell of a lot less than putting on a film festival,"' said Franken, who lost previously reliable home-building and airline sponsorships to the recession.
Two contenders compete for that seat: current Republican Senator Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken, a leftist comedian, TV star and writer.
I recently received a fund-raising letter from A1 Franken, who is running for the U.
As Franken hits the rubber chicken circuit to persuade Minnesota voters he's serious, his critics are digging through thousands of hours of tape from Saturday Night Live, and Air America, as well as Franken's books and speeches, to turn up all the outrageous and incendiary remarks Franken has made very publicly over the years.
Is satire--as wielded by the likes of Jon Stewart, Al Franken, and you-the new political weapon of choice?
As often happens with these events, I was honored to be asked to comment further for news outlets like National Public Radio's "Morning Edition," MSNBC's "Connected Coast to Coast" co-hosted by Ron Reagan and Monica Crowley and Air America's "Al Franken Show," I get pretty passionate on those programs, but the passion is usually a reflection of the kind of comments I hear from our supporters.
Say what you want about Michael Moore, but he's a genuine progressive who doesn't deserve to be lumped with not-as-smart-as-he-thinks-he-is libertarian Bill Maher or conventional Clinton liberal Al Franken.
Soon such lefty strongholds as Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Madison, Wisconsin, were hearing Al Franken and company on Clear Channel-owned affiliates, too.