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Frey

(frī),
Lucie, Polish physician, 1852-1932. See: Frey syndrome.

Frey

(frī),
Max von, German physician, 1852-1932. See: Frey hairs.
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Frey said Jacobs punched him in January 2004 while being escorted to a holding cell to do legal research.
Frey predicts that butterfly watchers in the rest of the country may be able to see more monarch drinking binges in hot spells and during mating periods.
For the end walls, Frey used PVC sheet, a controversial material in ecological terms, but used in relatively small quantity.
As President and CEO of Optimum Energy, Frey will focus on broadening and strengthening partner relationships and continued product and deployment development.
Before joining Sonenshine, Frey spent more than seven years as architect, marketer and chief revenue officer for Cablevision's digital and advanced advertising business.
Mendel, Chopard and Chanel, Frey Wille will occupy 883 s/f and will offer a wide range of its artistic enamel jewelry.
Frey said the sea ice can be about 10 feet deep in parts of her study area.
FREY WILLE jewellery is treasured worldwide for its colourful designs crafted in enamel and gold and produced in thematic sets of matching pieces; the prefect item for collecting and gifting.
So when John Carlos Frey decided to write a screenplay, it was only natural that the subject matter be the U.
Lisa Kussell, a representative of Frey, reportedly confirmed late last week that the deal with Riverhead had been cancelled.
The same desire to help people gain access to skills and jobs in South America led Frey to accept Huntsman's offer to become director of the newly formed Governor's Office of Economic Development, which combines the former division of Business and Economic Development with the Division of Travel Development.