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  • The Sinatra family holds the tickets in the name of Frank Sinatra and a family lawyer, Robbin L.

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  • The man who has been called the Frank Sinatra of Mexico also sang a Spanish version of one of that icon's best-known songs, "My Way."

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  • We can admire the breadth of a Danny Elfman, but the depth of a Frank Sinatra is a little beyond us.

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  • Then, she would begin to once again despair, "I'm an old crone, aren't I?" and call Frank Sinatra for reassurance, which he always provided. '.'.

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  • Famous for laying down a much-followed literary track with an article in 1966 by Gay Talese titled "Frank Sinatra Has a Cold," the magazine found itself gasping for breath and fighting for survival.

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  • To say that Gypsy Rose Lee was a stripper is a bit like calling Frank Sinatra a saloon singer.

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  • Francis Albert Sinatra, best known as Frank Sinatra, was a famous singer and actor.

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  • Or to paraphrase Frank Sinatra: 'Even when I'm old and grey, I'm gonna feel the way I do today, 'cause sex makes me feel so young.'

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  • Though Madame Farrow did spend part of her life with Frank Sinatra, which is pretty cool.

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  • It also brought fresh attention to this 1-square-mile city known as Frank Sinatra's hometown, one of the nation's earliest settlements and more recently a nightlife mecca for the young and hip.

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