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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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Frank reported that small comets strike the atmosphere most often in the morning.
When the class writes its plan for managing a 20-acre parcel of IFI land, Frank says, "I try so hard not to steer them.
Frank first detected the cosmic snowballs on satellite images taken more than a decade ago.
Frank had heard that vocational rehabilitation assisted persons with disabilities to attend college and applied for services from his local rehabilitation counselor.
a developer of real-time, Web-based music collaboration technology, today announced the addition of two industry veterans to its Board of Advisors - Sarah Frank and Sandy Smallens.
Benjamin Fox, Newmark Knight Frank Retail; Rob Tope and Philip DeMena of Ruth's Chris Steakhouse; Michael Pacini, First Watch
Because Frank's dream involves swimming, it dredges up an episode from his past, an incident that long ago turned Frank inward and drove a wedge between him and son Rob (Jamie Sives).
Across Middle America, but especially in the Sunflower State, Frank sees a "Great Backlash," a social-political trend that he doesn't define very precisely.
Both in his life and in his work, Frank harnessed outrage as an engine of creation and kept bitterness at bay.
Comic Frank explains in his new autobiography: "When I was a kid my dad was the captain of a local dominoes team.
Building from original archival research as well as on the pioneering work of Allan Austin and Phillip Lapsansky, this essay starts to fill in these gaps by beginning to sketch out the life of Frank J.
Around the same time, Barney Frank also spoke to a crowd in Madison.
In a surprisingly civil exchange, Frank, well-known for his partisan barbs, found more agreement than acrimony in his conversation with Gunderson, a GOP loyalist.
When the JCC wanted to start a dance department, Frank and teacher Maxine Silberstein designed the curriculum.
LUXURY FEVER Why Money Fails to Satisfy in an Era of Success By Robert Frank The Free Press, $25.