Justin Bieber leaves a note at the anne frank museum about how he hopes the heroic teen “would have been a belieber.”
anne frank was a Holocaust victim who inspired millions with her indomitable spirit.
That explains the calm that anne frank and Frieda Brommet enjoyed in 1941.
His latest short story collection, What We Talk About When We Talk About anne frank, is out in paperback.
Look again at the snippet of anne frank film while holding in mind a backdrop of recent events.
Across the ocean, in 1942, in her diary anne frank pined for a dog just like Rin Tin Tin while trapped in an attic.
As far as Amsterdam goes, the sequence in the anne frank House was pretty powerful.
In each picture, she poses in front of photographs of anne frank while wearing her most serious face and fedora.
Justin Bieber learned this lesson the hard way when he decided to write his own entry in the anne frank House guest book.
Aug. 25th, anne frank was sorowfol, well comforted and stayed in Gods mercyes acknowledging.
c.1300, "free, liberal, generous," from Old French franc "free (not servile), sincere, genuine, open, gracious; worthy" (12c.), from Medieval Latin Franc "a freeman, a Frank" (see Frank). The connection is that only Franks, as the conquering class, had the status of freemen. Sense of "outspoken" first recorded in English 1540s.
short for frankfurter, by 1916, American English. Franks and beans attested by 1953.
"to free a letter for carriage or an article for publication," 1708, from shortened form of French affranchir, from the same source as frank (adj.). Related: Franked; franking.
one of the Germanic people that conquered Celtic Gaul from the Romans c.500 C.E. and made it into France, from Frankish *Frank (cf. Old High German Franko, Old English Franca). The origin of the ethnic name is uncertain; it traditionally is said to be from the old Germanic word *frankon "javelin, lance" (cf. Old English franca), their preferred weapon, but the reverse may be the case. Cf. also Saxon, traditionally from root of Old English seax "knife." In the Levant, this was the name given to anyone of Western nationality (cf. Feringhee).
adj. frank·er, frank·est
Clearly manifest; clinically evident.
A frankfurter; weenie (1920s+)