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Frick

[frik] /frɪk/
noun
1.
Henry Clay, 1849–1919, U.S. industrialist, art patron, and philanthropist.
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  • While the camp was in this state Iams had proposed three cheers for the man who shot Frick.

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  • There could be no mistaking the opinion of the crowd as to Mr. Frick and the Pinkertons.

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  • What was there that even justified Frick in arming men like that?

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  • A The event shows that Mr. Frick cannot have been sincere in this statement.

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  • Mr. Frick was then questioned concerning his enlistment of Pinkerton guards.

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  • "I do not think we asked for the legislation," observed Mr. Frick.

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  • Mr. Frick had not lost consciousness and was able to recognize and speak to the physicians.

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