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Canadian literary critic interested in the use of myth and symbolism (1912-1991)

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It replaced the Frye standard adopted federally after the 1923 case of Frye v.
In a dissent, Justice Jorge LaBarga said "[I]n my view, Frye is the superior standard for determining the reliability of expert testimony."
Frye struck at the back post three minutes in only for Dan Orsi's OG to level.
Frye, who played on Cleveland's NBA title team in 2016, signed with the Cavs this season to serve in a mentor's role for the team's younger players.
On the ropes Jane Farquharson and Alex Frye, left, and Miranda Jones and Rob McGowan, right
But Frye, who played with both James and the Lakers, believes the likes of Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma and Brandon Ingram will all have to get used to playing a different role alongside the 33-year-old.
Frye has more than 21 years of litigation and arbitration experience.
Justices also discussed what the experts had testified to in the case, including the finding by the Fourth District Court of Appeal that some of the plaintiff's expert testimony should have been disallowed under either Daubert or Frye.
I really wanted to deck out Frye and Burg in a similar manner so we could include a photo in my university's Christmas letter.
"I realized you can use an aromatic component that does the same thing as a garnish," Frye notes.
AS NOTED IN JOSEPH VON BENEDIKT'S "THE Shootist" column this month, in 1959 Tom Frye used Remington Nylon 66 .22 LR semiautomatic rifles to hit 100,004 out of 100,010 2.5-inch to 2.63-inch wooden blocks thrown into the air.
AS THE NATION was celebrating its bicentennial, Phyllis Frye, 28, was celebrating becoming a woman.
'It's a Christmas miracle,' grandson Robert Frye gushed.
In the summer of 2014, Hennigan's biggest free-agent signing was Channing Frye -- supposedly the epitome of a stretch four.
That man you speak of was Tom Frye, a professional skeet and trap shooter for Remington who was determined to surpass Ad Topperwein's record in October 1959.