frank

[adj] - clearly manifest 2. [n] - a member of the ancient Germanic peoples who spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empire in the 4th century 3. [n] - a smooth-textured sausage of minced beef or pork usually smoked 4. [v] - exempt by means of an official pass or letter, as from customs or other checks
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Frank

• (n.) The common heron; -- so called from its note. • (a.) A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; -- a term used in the Levant. • (v. t.) To send by public conveyance free of expense. • (a.) The privilege of sending letters or other mail matter, free of postage, or without charge; also, the sign, mark, or signatu...
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frank

adjective clearly manifest; evident; `frank enjoyment`
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FRANK

[drugs] FRANK is a national drug education service jointly established by the Department of Health and Home Office of the British government in 2003. It is intended to reduce the use of both legal and illegal drugs by providing `targeted` and `accurate` information on drugs and alcohol, particularly to school pupils. It is advertised and pr...
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Frank

[given name] Frank k is a masculine given name. Originally it refers to a Germanic people, the Franks, who derived their tribal name from the type of axe they used. It means `free man` in Latin. In English, `frank` also has the meaning of sincere or truthful. Famous people with the name Frank include: ==In arts and entertainment== Also see ...
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Frank

[magazine] Frank is a bi-weekly Canadian scandal or satirical magazine published since 1987 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. A separate publication in Ottawa, Ontario, of the same name was published from 1989 to 2004 and then revived from 2005 to 2008. This publication was a legally separate entity, although it was spawned from the Halifax publicat...
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Frank

Frank adjective [ Compar Franker ; superl. Frankest .] [ French franc free, frank, Latin Francus a Frank, from Old High German Franko the name of a Germanic people on the Rhine, who afterward founded the French monarch...
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Frank

Frank noun [ Old French franc .] A pigsty. [ Obsolete]
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Frank

Frank transitive verb To shut up in a frank or sty; to pen up; hence, to cram; to fatten. [ Obsolete] Shak.
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frank

1. <ethnology> A member of one of the German tribes that in the fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France. ... 2. A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; a term used in the Levant. ... 3. A French coin. See Franc. ... Origin: Cf. F. Franc. See Frank. ... <zoology> The common heron; so ...
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Frank

1) The privilege of sending mail for free, granted to members of Congress. 2) A mark, stamp, or signature on mail that substitutes for postage. 3) A letter or package that has been franked. 4) The act of franking -- for example, to frank a letter.
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Frank

A congressmember's facsimile signature, which is used on envelopes in lieu of stamps, for the member's official outgoing mail. The 'franking privilege' is the right to send mail postage-free.
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Frank

A frank is the signature of a person possessing the privilege of sending letters free of postage. In Britain the privilege of giving franks for letters was enjoyed within certain limits by all peers, members of parliament, etc, until 1840, when it was abolished by the act which established the penny postage. Today a frank refers to a mechanically p...
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Frank

Frank is an English name for boys. The meaning is `frenchman, free man` The name Frank is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (2 times more often than to American boys.) Use for the other sex: Frances What do they use in other countries? Frankie (English) Francis (English) Cis Frann Franky Frannie (English) Francisco (Spanish) Ciske The ...
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frank

free
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Frank

member of a Germanic-speaking people who invaded the western Roman Empire in the 5th century . Dominating present-day northern France, Belgium, and ... [57 related articles]
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Frank

Member of a group of Germanic peoples prominent in Europe in the 3rd to 9th centuries. Believed to have originated in Pomerania on the Baltic Sea, they had settled on the Rhine by the 3rd century,...
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Frank

Member of a group of Germanic peoples prominent in Europe in the 3rd to 9th centuries. Believed to have originated in Pomerania on the Baltic Sea, they had settled on the Rhine by the 3rd century, spread into the Roman Empire by the 4th century, and gradually conquered most of Gaul, Italy, and Germany under the Merovingian and Carolingian dynasties...
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Frank

NATO codename for Yak-9, Yakolev [SU]
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frank

practice where members of Parliament were allowed to send letters for free (until 1840) by signing the bottom left corner of the envelope.
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Frank

Type: Term Pronunciation: frahngk Definitions: 1. Otto, German physiologist, 1865-1944. See: Frank-Starling curve
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frank

Type: Term Pronunciation: frank Definitions: 1. Unmistakable; manifest; clinically evident.
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