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  • proper n. A surname.


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  • Soon after, Frizell quit his job as a marketing writer at Bon Appétit and set off with his wife on an eight-month tramp through South America and China, seeking out clubs and bars that Baker had visited seven decades earlier.

    The World on the Rocks

  • On a recent afternoon in Brooklyn, I sat with St. John Frizell, the owner of a new bar called Fort Defiance, and looked over some artifacts from the 1930s — cruise itineraries listing ports of call, magazine travel stories, a brochure titled “Gourmet Guide to Good Living in South America.”

    The World on the Rocks

  • “They had a photograph of the founders of the club from the 1930s, posing with a snowman,” Frizell said.

    The World on the Rocks

  • In that spirit, Frizell opened Fort Defiance in the Red Hook neighborhood last summer.

    The World on the Rocks

  • First out was long-serving editor Martin Frizell, followed by Penny Smith.

    Daybreak: ITV's morning has broken?

  • Chele Frizell, a 34-year-old nurse in Dayton, Ohio, swiped a MySpace. com headline from a friend: "Those who believe in telekinesis, raise my hand."

    The Cut-and-Paste Personality

  • There was some good footage of Hank Williams, Lefty Frizell, and others.

    Archive 2004-07-25

  • Touch squeezed Blondie's ass on the QT Frizell: "Five-minute break and no drinking!"

    White Jazz

  • Imploring letters came in from poor Consul Frizell, who continued to plead for succour for twenty years, and then disappeared, ruined and unaided.

    The Story of the Barbary Corsairs

  • When the Scandinavians invaded the eastern coast of Britain, and the northern coast of France, one branch of the family of Frizell, or Fryzell, settled in Scotland; another in

    Memoirs of the Jacobites of 1715 and 1745 Volume II.


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