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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of french.


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  • Many details were quite overlooked that night, which was a fortunate circumstance for Miss Helen Doolittle, and her hard-hit midshipman, who had "frenched" out of Bancroft not only with mamma's knowledge, but with her coöperation.

    Peggy Stewart at School

  • This menu stars pretty "frenched" lamb chops stripping the fat back from the rib bone to create a "lollipop" chop. rss feed

  • Tips For a more elegant presentation, buy your lamb rack frenched, meaning the meat and fat are cut cleanly away from the rib ends. -

  • "frenched" so they're bare, and the rack sliced neatly into pink chops. Most Popular

  • Well, I'm feeling like I know this Mark/not-Mark guy that I just frenched and I'm definitely not — he's grabbing my head between his hands again, goddamn he's got big hands, big, hulking, somewhat calloused hands and this is not what I thought it'd be like — kissing Mark.

    make up

  • How come there's always that 'get ready to get frenched' picture of her ...

    Polls: Ohio Again Tied; Palin Approval Plunges

  • I find that children like frenched lamb chops, as they are easy to pick up and eat.

    Princess Party Cookbook

  • The chefs have to cut individual chops from each rack and make sure that the bone is frenched.

    Jane McGivney: Top Chef: Better Late than Never, Right?

  • Mario Marquez, who supposedly frenched Kelly Tanaka at the roller rink, rides by on his dirt bike and says, “Smell ya later, Poo!”

    Sadie Hawkins Day

  • And, of course, I was also thinking of those MTV Video Music Awards in which Britney, already well on her way to madness, frenched Madonna.


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