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  • n. Plural form of franco.


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  • Firuz was soon frightened when he saw such a small band of Christians and, apprehensive that he and our soldiers be captured by the Turks, exclaimed, “Micho francos echome;” which means “We have few Franks.”

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » The Battle for Antioch in the First Crusade (1097-98) according to Peter Tudebode

  • Un hombre muy estimado en su barrio ha sido degollado en pleno día el asesino el vagabundo le robó dos francos es decir un café con gotas de ron cero franco setenta dos rebanadas de pan con manteca

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • Accedió á nuestra propuesta de buenas á buenas y de buenas á primeras nos depositó la suma de 1,000 francos.

    Pitman's Commercial Spanish Grammar (2nd ed.)

  • Foram levantados 200 milhões de francos suíços R$ 386,7 milhões , em uma emissão de 5 anos e meio, com um cupom de 2.75% ao ano, o menor custo para uma emissão brasileira de mais de cinco anos no exterior. What's News US

  • Who thinks Iggy's going to be surrounded by proud unashamed Canada-is-a-nation federalist francos, and who thinks Pablo's & Fragasso's ilk will be ascendant? latest blog entries

  • In La Presse, columnist Vincent Marissal puts paid to the whole notion of this being a war between Toronto anglos and Québec francos:

    Dr Roy's Thoughts

  • Muslims, anglos, francos, grandmothers and children walked together yesterday in the bitter cold to call for an immediate ceasefire in [Gaza], "noted the Montréal Gazette.



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