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“A 1963 graduate of the Air Force Academy whom classmates called "Brank", Frank was well liked and excelled in athletics.”
“The work's title, Brank & Heckle, refers to a brank, a 16th-century iron muzzle used to silence women offenders, and hecklers, first thought to refer to 19th-century Dundee mill workers who, while heckling combing out flax would, like the artist, give surreptitious voice to dissent.”
“It was politcians like Cris Dodd, Brank Franks and others that forced the banking community to make sub-prime loans that caused the crash.”
“Thompson (ph) and Brank (ph) are going to be -- the Thompson (ph) hit (UNINTELLIGIBLE), and all the living Yankees, Giants and Dodgers of that October are going to be there.”
“(Cinder and Brank), rival artist families; and it was owing to the retirement of their artist foster-parents that Frey and Freya were left among the giants.”
“Upon arrival, she hugged Croatian actor-director Brank Durovic, who stars in her directorial debut "The Land of Blood and Honey".”
“According to arrest warrants, Brank broke into a house on Ascension Drive on March 21.”
“Brank begins studiously, with facing pages of French and English versions of each poet's poem, using hand-set Bembo type.”
“Fabulous fun though such crafty scruple is for the eye, Brank is up to more, in her”
“Lucy Brank produced, as her first handmade book as a student a small and lovely creature called”
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