Frank may refer to:
- Frank (given name)
- Frank (surname)
- Groups of people
- A member of the medieval Germanic people, the Franks
- French people ancestors
- Crusaders in medieval Middle Eastern history
- Levantines (Latin Christians) known as Franco-Levantines, Latin Christian residents in the Middle East
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Other articles related to "frank":
... Bentley's expansion of the Frank franchise from its Halifax base to include an Ottawa edition in 1989, with the help of Michael Bate, proved extremely successful during its first decade of publication, as the ... Bate subsequently bought out Bentley and his other partners to make the Ottawa edition of Frank independent of its Halifax roots, although both magazines maintained similar coverage and continued much as before ... The final page of the Ottawa edition of Frank also featured a humour column, usually satirizing the point of view of a real Canadian political figure such as Sheila Copps or Preston Manning ...
... Frank Rudolph Paul (April 18, 1884 - June 29, 1963) was an illustrator of US pulp magazines in the science fiction field ... A discovery of Hugo Gernsback (himself an immigrant from Luxembourg), Frank R ...
... Frank often incorporates custom jargon and phrasing in articles ... Frank also referred to many of Canada's elite in a derogatory manner based upon their personalities, name, or other unique characteristics ...
... Anthe (moon) (code named "Frank"), by the Cassini Imaging Team between its discovery and its official naming FRANK (drugs), British Government ...
... The idea for Frank can be traced to Halifax-area newspaper publisher David Bentley ... Conrad, started a bi-weekly "gossip rag" or "scandal magazine" which they gave the name Frank ... Bentley followed a successful formula with Frank by feeding the need for sensational gossip among the rich and powerful as well as the average citizen ...
Famous quotes containing the word frank:
“Are sailors, frequenters of fiddlers greens, without vices? No; but less often than with landsmen do their vices, so called, partake of crookedness of heart, seeming less to proceed from viciousness than exuberance of vitality after long constraint: frank manifestations in accordance with natural law.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“Let us be frank about it: most of our people have never had it so good.”
—Harold MacMillan (18941986)