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United States philosopher (1876-1957)

United States admiral who led a naval expedition to Japan and signed a treaty in 1854 opening up trade relations between United States and Japan

United States commodore who led the fleet that defeated the British on Lake Erie during the War of 1812

a fermented and often effervescent beverage made from juice of pears

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As well as Fred Perry in 1935, Sue Barker won the French women's title in 1976
GREATEST COMEBACKS 1 Doc Martins 2 Fred Perry shirts 3 Silk neck scarves 4 Braces 5 Cufflinks 6 Tie-dye fabric 7 Leather leggings 8 Playsuits 9 Pocket squares 10 Hot pants
For attending I would say highwaisted black jeans with a Fred Perry shirt or a cool T-shirt with some brogues or saddle shoes with a good jacket either a pleather biker jacket or even a good peacoat.
EITHER my Fred Perry daisy dress from the Amy Winehouse W collection or my new 1940s style pea coat with a faux fur collar.
Before Andy Murray, Fred Perry was the last British male tennis player to win a grand slam singles crown at the 1936 US Open.
The excitement was already building ahead of the centre court showdown - where the 25-year-old Scot will bid to become the first Britain to win the men's singles title since Fred Perry did it way back in 1936.
1909: Fred Perry, three times Wimbledon singles champion, was born.
Run by Chris Lambert, the company had produced holograms for several specialist European galleries or other retail outlets, as well as promotional or commemorative holograms for Dowry Information Systems, Fred Perry, Eurocrown and Intavent.
Even Fred Perry was never embraced by the tennis establishment.
POLO SHIRT BY FRED PERRY, PANTS BY DIOR HOMME, SHOES BY DIESEL, WATCH BY NIXON.
The Scot is aiming to be the first British men's winner since Fred Perry in 1936.
The Observer's tennis correspondent, Jon Henderson, has written the first biography of tennis star Fred Perry, titled The Last Champion.
From left: Hudson Sky Terrace, Fred Perry, Amai Tea and Bake House
Men Fred Perry --Perry took the title in 1935, beating Gottfried von Cramm in the final in four sets.
Fred Perry Sub-Sonic Live is returning for its sixth series on May 26 at Stereo Arcade in JBR, Dubai.