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  • proper n. A male given name, a less common spelling of Frederick.

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  • Fredrick is one of many people The Star uncovered as using a degree from a diploma mill, where a fake degree is forged from a real university, or an entirely fake university is created.

    Tip: Don’t Use Fake Degree to Apply to Law School : Law is Cool

  • Fredrick is hardly the only person to fake her marks to apply to law schools.

    Tip: Don’t Use Fake Degree to Apply to Law School : Law is Cool

  • He later said those comments were "misintrepreted" and called Fredrick, who insisted he would have no problem scheduling a game against Pinewood Prep, to clarify the remarks.

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  • The arrest warrant accuses 64-year-old Toben, who also uses the first name Fredrick, of publishing material on the internet "of an anti-Semitic and / or revisionist nature" in Australia, Germany and other countries.

    Tongue Tied 3

  • DemSome, exactly, how does Scott's decision get lumped in with a retard like Jeff "Fredrick" Frederick?

    Kris Amundson Retires

  • I played 'Fredrick' in the Pirates of Penzance years ago.

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  • However there are brilliant genius Black inventors such as Fredrick Jones, who invented 60 Patents, including the Two-Cycle Piston Engine, Starter-Generator, Practical Refrigeration, The First Change Machine based on feeding money into it, and many more inventions for Refrigeration, Piston Engines which operate on higher volumetric efficiency, and Thermal-Static Engines.

    Why are South Indians so smart?

  • 'Fredrick' (basket/trailer) A new grey-green ivy with round leaves randomly edged in yellow and a burgundy-brown leaf edge.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • In rebutting earlier scholarship purporting to show that religion dampened political involvement for African Americans even during the era of the civil rights movement, political scientist Fredrick Harris provides convincing evidence that “rather than acting as an opiate, religion stimulated many kinds of black activism in the sixties.”

    American Grace

  • "You have to have a governor and you have to have a regulatory leadership that understands and cares about promulgating your way of life," Ehrlich told about 30 farmers, reports my colleague Fredrick Kunkle.

    First Click, Maryland:Final push looks different for O'Malley and Ehrlich

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