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  • Fritz and Joan Mondale met us at the North Portico entrance and were warm and gracious.

    Barbara Bush

  • Fritz then used his fingers and his voice to trace and talk through the way an otoscope is supposed to work.

    A Mind at a Time

  • Or even, if I may say so, oyster pie à la Nero Wolfe, prepared by Fritz Brenner.

    Too Many Cooks

  • Wolfe had done pretty well with the black and white, considering that Fritz Brenner was nearly a thousand miles away, and I could have hired out as a window dummy.

    Too Many Cooks

  • Fritz Müller informs me that he has seen the negroes in Brazil shrugging their shoulders; but it is of course possible that they may have learnt to do so by imitating the Portuguese.

    The expression of the emotions in man and animals

  • From the moment this light cruiser had sailed from St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands, her captain, Fritz Lüdecke, had displayed little interest in trade warfare.

    Castles of Steel

  • I was in the press section of the plane laughing and joking with Terry Hunt of the Associated Press and Ira Allen of UPI about the debate the night before between the President and Fritz Mondale.

    Barbara Bush

  • SS-Brigadeführer Fritz Witt, who until now had commanded one of the two panzer grenadier regiments of the Leibstandarte

    Panzer Aces

  • SS-Standartenführer Fritz Witt, the core of which was made up of the 1st SS-Panzer Grenadier Regiment of the Leibstandarte

    Panzer Aces

  • In the early 1870s, after purchasing eighty acres of land near the village of Moulton, six miles to the north of New Knoxville, Fritz married a first-generation German-American, Maria Martha Katterheinrich.

    First Man

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