from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Mythology The Norse god who dispenses peace, good weather, prosperity, and bountiful crops; the brother of Freya.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- proper n. The god of earth's fertility and peace and prosperity, presiding over rain, sunshine, and all the fruits of the earth, dispensing wealth among men; son of Njorth (Njord) and brother of Freya; originally of the Vanir; later with the Aesir. He was especially worshipped in the temple at Upsala in Sweden.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Norse myth., the god of the earth's fruitfulness, presiding over rain, sunshine, and all the fruits of the earth, and dispensing wealth among men; the son of Njord. He was especially worshiped in the temple at Upsala in Sweden.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. (Norse mythology) god of earth's fertility and peace and prosperity; son of Njorth and brother of Freya; originally of the Vanir; later with the Aesir
But after reading that article you linked I gotta say that Frey is a weirdo ... and for me, that's saying something.
All the controversy about A Million Little Pieces may have left some people with the mistaken idea that James Frey is great writer who went astray.
In fact, Frey is an average – and often much worse than average – writer whose perceived sins won him a fame he might never achieved on the strength of his writing alone.
In any case, I cannot imagine any of this mattering enough to any other person for them to want to "out" me or for a stranger to be angry with me because neither french_teacher nor Mary Frey is my real, legal name.
I just saw that Kathy Korman Frey is starting a workshop on women and mentorship – what an opportunity.
Frey is nodding in response to this and tells Frel that he's entitled to his opinion.
When it became clear that Frey had lied, she invited him back on her show and in what was riveting, headline-making television, she came after him with a fiery vengeance that she later regretted - so much so that, years later, in 2008, she called Frey to apologize.
Do you suppose that maybe Frey is the problem & not the system?
Workers in Frey's Criminal Section do double duty when it comes to computer entries because his sytems doesn't talk to any other system.
Thomas Frey is executive director of the DaVinci Institute, a nonprofit think tank based in Louisville.