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A straight-grained, fine-textured wood of the limba tree; esp. used for paneling.
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Frake, a 30-year veteran of Caterpillar, has a broad marketing and product background.
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As Frake writes, Conklin's essay on Hanunoo color terms remains unique even now in the way it explores the association of color classification with cultural uses of color, both technical and symbolic (p.
Jerold Frakes is SUNY Distinguished Professor of medieval literatures in the Department of English at SUNY Buffalo.
Keeping with that tradition, our Jewish guest is writer, model, and Twitter phenom Julia Frakes, who describes getting her start in the fashion world when she was 16.
CREDITS: A Lionsgate release of a Lionsgate, Palmstar Media Capital, Kevin Frakes presentation, PRODUCED BY Anthony Bregman, Kevin Frakes, Raj Brinder Singh, David Alpert, Britton Rizzio.
S Frakes, dormer windows and alterations to |detached garage to form playroom, 27 Heaton Drive, Kirkheaton.
PENARTH Songwriters' Circle will welcome former Boo Radleys hit songwriter Martin Carr, banjowielding Canadian rabble rouser Darren Eedens and London folk virtuoso George Frakes this week.
Frakes Aviation acquired classic Grumman Mallard's type certificate some years ago, and upgraded the fleet with turbine engines.
STARRING PATRICK STEWART, JONATHAN FRAKES, BRENT SPINER, LEVAR BURTON, MICHAEL DORN, GATES MCFADDEN, MARINA SIRTIS, ALPRE WOODARD, JAMES CROMWELL, AND ALICE KRIGE.
He then had a regular part in the cop drama Crime Story, but was narrowly beaten to the role of Riker in Star Trek: The Next Generation by Jonathan Frakes, although he later made a guest appearance in the show.