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Frankland

[frangk-luh nd] /ˈfræŋk lənd/
noun
1.
Sir Edward, 1825–99, English chemist: developed theory of valence.
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  • Even on the mind of Phillida, as she now listened to Mrs. Frankland, the accessories made a difference.

    The Faith Doctor Edward Eggleston
  • Mr. Frankland had written home the most glowing account of the scenery.

  • Old Frankland was busy in his little garden, when he heard the voices of his children, who were coming towards him.

  • The words here written are poor beside what Mrs. Frankland said.

    The Faith Doctor Edward Eggleston
  • Mrs. Frankland said this with persuasive plaintiveness of tone.

    The Faith Doctor Edward Eggleston
  • And who shall say that Mrs. Frankland's missionary impulse was not a true one?

    The Faith Doctor Edward Eggleston
  • The new landlord came into the country; and a few days after his arrival, old Frankland went to wait upon him.

  • Charley, I do wish you could have heard Mrs. Frankland's talk to-day.

    The Faith Doctor Edward Eggleston
  • I really am sorry for you, Mr. Frankland; very sorry, extremely sorry.

  • Mrs. Frankland, I wanted to speak to you about Miss Callender.

    The Faith Doctor Edward Eggleston

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