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  • proper n. A female given name occasionally used in English.


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  • As we get behind the wheel in Frida, and the minuscule compass stuck onto the windshield points south, we let go this north of our lives.

    Nogales, here we come

  • But I'm smart enough to know this: Frida Kahlo had a lifelong romance with herself, and nobody, not Diego, not me - nobody could ever replace Frida in Frida's heart.

    Frida - A Novel By Barbara Mujica

  • But the Hollywood rumormill has it that Mexican actress Salma Hayeck's Trimark production in which she will star as Frida is more of a sure thing.

    The Frida Kahlo Museum

  • Thus, Frida is always Daddy's pet while Cristi is the envious one in the background.

    Frida: A Novel Based on the Life of Frida Kahlo by Barbara Mujica

  • Another block down Higuera from the Plaza de la Cochita is the Jardin Frida Kahlo.

    Historical Coyoacan - A Walking Tour

  • Two other fascinating, related museums worth visiting are the bunkerlike Leon Trotsky Museum, two blocks away at 410 Churubusco, where the Trotskys lived in exile and he was assassinated in 1940 (Frida is said to have had a liaison with Trotsky); and the Diego Rivera Studio Museum in adjoining Juan O'Gorman-designed cubistic houses where the Riveras lived in the 1930s (Diego Rivera at Altavista, across the street from the San Angel Inn restaurant) in neighboring San Angel.

    The Frida Kahlo Museum

  • After dinner, Claire calls Frida and arranges to be picked up in the morning.


  • Louis visited Cambridge once more, stopping at The Close for a word with Frida and a last glimpse of his children.

    Ancestral Passions

  • Swiss automation firm ABB is showing off a concept factory robot called Frida that's more humanoid than the typical one-armed drones on the assembly line.


  • Christopher Green's account of fandom - in his case, for Anni-Frid Lyngstad, better known as Frida from Abba - meandered through autobiographical musing about his long-held fondness for sad songs.

    The Guardian World News


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