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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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As a result, "Glenn Frey was rendered sick, sore, lame and disabled," and suffered pain and mental anguish prior to his Jan.
House Frey of The Twins was mostly wiped out after Arya's assault except for the women, and House Tarly of Horn Hill is also predominately gone, with only Samwell (John Bradley-West) remaining who has the right to claim his family's seat, though he renounced that ability when he initially joined the Night's Watch.
You can have a recent graduate and a CEO sitting right next to each other throughout the eight weeks and they would both benefit from this program," said Frey.
Frey formed Eagles in Los Angeles in 1971 with Henley, Bernie Leadon, and Randy Meisner.
Frey collaborated with drummer Don Henley to co-write many of the band's biggest hits.
Frey went on to become a founding member of the Eagles, one of the most successful bands of all time -- a group that will be forever associated with the Southern California country rock sound.
Frey filed his lawsuit in Lane County Circuit Court.
Frey told officers he was forced to commit the robbery by a large, bearded man with a gun who accosted him in a nearby alley.
Frey, 20 next week, broke into the YOUNG BOYS of Berne side this season and is rated the country's most exciting prospect for years.
Frey envisions future retailers developing stores with fully automated sections that would operate 24 hours a day; another side of the store, offering expanded services and featuring human staff, would have more limited hours of operation.
Swiss private bank Frey & Co has announced its decision to shut down on account of 'unsustainable costs' incurred as a result of its dispute over tax evasion with the USA, reports Reuters.