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Frank

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1. Anne. 1929--45, German Jewess, whose Diary (1947) recorded the experiences of her family while in hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam (1942--44). They were betrayed and she died in a concentration camp
2. Robert. born 1924, US photographer and film maker, born in Switzerland; best known for his photographic book The Americans (1959)

Frank

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a member of a group of West Germanic peoples who spread from the east bank of the middle Rhine into the Roman Empire in the late 4th century ad, gradually conquering most of Gaul and Germany. The Franks achieved their greatest power under Charlemagne

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To form a miter joint in a sash frame at the intersection of a crosspiece.

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I do not pretend to possess equal frankness with your ladyship.
she exclaimed with the most engaging frankness, and placed the volume in my hands.
Since you explain yourself with such frankness, it is our duty to be frank, likewise.
Whether it was the wine he had drunk, or an impulse of frankness, or the thought that this man did not, and never would, know any of those who played a part in his story, or whether it was all these things together, something loosened Pierre's tongue.
With surprising frankness, ``Baseball as America'' also addresses the game's history of racism, as well as its struggles as a business.
At least one of the prisoners is gay, a black pothead named Queenie (Jude Akuwudike), though the script suggests he picked up syphilis from Butch, and other references convey more frankness about gay sex in prison than was typical in 1938.
He is soon dispensing no-nonsense therapy to an array of unconventional locals who are quickly won over by his genuine attentiveness and refreshing frankness.
With unusual frankness Collymore said: "I played the part of Sharon Stone's boyfriend.
His behavior, guided by a sense of commitment, honesty and frankness, earned him many respected positions in the Santa Clarita Valley: planning commissioner from 1988 to 1998, and a longtime board member of the William S.
In the 1970s the silence and discretion of middle-class life gave way to a greater and greater frankness.
Tauziat offended many players on the circuit with comments in a book she authored about life as a professional tennis player and believes that her frankness in the book cost her a spot in the Olympics.
Narrating her story with bald frankness, she tips us off from the outset that we're in for a bumpy ride.