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“The "Freedonia" cocktail at Teardrop features foie gras infused armagnac (a type of brandy).”
“Rufus T Firefly's executive agenda for the running of Freedonia had more substance than this absurd assortment of populist demands.”
“LG and Samsung also got a rapid start in the U.S. appliance business because Americans already were familiar with those brands on cellphones, flat-screen television sets and other items, said Michael Deneen , an analyst at Freedonia Group, another Cleveland-based research firm.”
“Oh, it's quite heated—I would never say one is better or worse or cleaner than the other," says Matt Zielenski, an analyst at the Freedonia Group, a Cleveland research firm.”
“Demand in China for food-safety products, such as tracking devices, is estimated to climb 15% to 13 billion yuan $2 billion in the next two years, according to Cleveland-based research company Freedonia Group.”
“Rufus T. Firefly (Groucho Marx) is appointed head of a small, bankrupt country called Freedonia who almost immediately declares war.”
“In the movie, Groucho played Rufus T Firefly, president of Freedonia, ready to defend the honour of Mrs Teasdale (Margaret Dumont) – ifhe could find it – by going to war with Sylvania.”
“Plastic prices are at precrash levels, according to research firm Freedonia Group.”
“But Blount might have done more with sourcing the name of the country ruled and dismembered by the brothers: Freedonia, "Land of the Spree, and the Home of the Knave.”
“World demand for household appliances in unit terms will rise 2.8% a year through 2013, largely because of demand in China and other developing countries, Freedonia Group said in a recent forecast.”
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