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(frahng'ke),
Karl E., German physician, 1859-1920. See: Francke needle.
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"So our only real chance with Franck would be if an opportunity that he had fell through, so the likelihood of him staying here is very, very slim."
Franck Queudrue and Bolo Zenden celebrate at the end Carling Cup 2nd leg tie against Arsenal Franck Queudrue as many fans will remember him, at a time when there was a case for selling head-bandages in the club shop and leaping in sheer delight ?
Oman Sail CEO David Graham said: "Having Franck join us at Oman Sail is a great moment and one that I believe will produce real benefits for our sailors, and help us achieve our goals.
"Franck's someone I've always respected and I've always thought that if I could get a team together, I'd like him to be a part of it.
A goal on his home debut against Sunderland certainly helped - more on that later - but it quickly become clear to Boro fans that French Franck could master the art of combining crunching challenges with a classy touch and an eye for a pass in the right direction.
Franck Provost's exclusive Asian franchise-holder, headed by Baby Cruz, recently flew in Sauvage and French colleagues Mehdi Moussaoui and Celine Prunevielle to train the salon chain's Filipino stylists on the French way of cutting and coloring hair.
Castle's, a namesake from Franck's mother's side of the family, caters to the many styles, shapes, and sizes of her customers, with a focus on quality.
The problem being that Franck Gervais and others like him who attempt to steal the hard-earned valour of the men and women who serve their country is that they have no idea what it entails to earn the right to wear those pieces of cloth and metal.
Uncapped Schneiderlin was promoted from the standby list as France suffered a huge blow when Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery pulled out through injury.
FRANCK RIBERY says missing out on the World Cup is like a "death in the soul".