What they got was, in the evocate words of ben franklin, a “Prince Eugene” who had “eaten a Pudding Bagg.”
But I rest my case with this fact: James Madison, ben franklin, and George Washington said so.
“As I say to Rand Paul, the ben franklin caucus is growing,” says Wyden, whichever party has the majority.
ben franklin, President, was one of the eight who voted for the resolution.
I used to hear ben franklin say things like that when he was a 'prentice lad.
Even the frugal ben franklin saw to it that his wife and daughter dressed as well as the best of them in rich gowns of silk.
And then there was ben franklin, the noblest amateur of them all!
What pen name did ben franklin sign to this interesting article?
A greyhound suckled them, and Adams kept one of the cubs—ben franklin.
If a man mailed a letter in those days, old ben franklin saw that it went where it was addressed.
surname attested from late 12c., Middle English Frankeleyn, from Anglo-French fraunclein "a land-owner of free but not noble birth," from Old French franc "free" (see frank (adj.)), with Germanic suffix also found in chamberlain.
The Franklin stove (1787) so called because it was invented by U.S. scientist/politician Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790). In early 19c., lightning rods often were called Franklins.
Franklin Frank·lin (frāngk'lĭn), Rosalind. 1920-1958.
British biophysicist. Her x-ray diffraction studies of DNA led to the description of the full structure of DNA by James Watson and Francis Crick.
American public official, scientist, inventor, and writer who fully established the distinction between negative and positive electricity, proved that lightning and electricity are identical, and suggested that buildings could be protected by lightning conductors. He also invented bifocal glasses, established the direction of the prevailing storm track in North America and determined the existence of the Gulf Stream.
A hundred-dollar bill; c-note: He peels off another five Franklins
[1990s+; fr its portrait of Benjamin Franklin]