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“After all, according to Fredericka, they only had 'dozens, maybe hundreds' at the Searchlight rally.”
“Some of those interviewed maintained that Charles Child and his wealthy wife, Fredericka Freddie, were “Communist sympathizers,” although the record states there was “no actual proof” of any such activities.”
“Marissa Mayer of Google, Jennifer Siebel Newsom of "Miss Representation," and Fredericka Whitfield of CNN took the stage to share their insights on women's advancement in business.”
“The curator, Fredericka Foster, has utilized every nook and apse for surprising positioning and often moving juxtaposition throughout the spectacular cathedral space.”
“What we need to recognize is there are a lot of things that we agree upon," Boustany told CNN's Fredericka Whitfield.”
“ED LAVANDERA, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Fredericka, it's interesting.”
“It's going to take time to readjust, which means catching Osama Bin Laden is going to take that much longer, Fredericka.”
“Fredericka, thanks for the catch, it should say 1/4 cup!”
“And also, let me mention, Fredericka, that Mr. Zazi and his attorney yesterday both denied that he had made any admission to prosecutors - not the prosecutors but investigators rather, about having any ties to al Qaeda - an important point to mention and one that seems to contradict what's in this charging document.”
“So in that since, Fredericka, this is really not a surprise.”
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