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Fromm

[from] /frɒm/
noun
1.
Erich
[er-ik] /ˈɛr ɪk/ (Show IPA),
1900–80, U.S. psychoanalyst and author, born in Germany.
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  • Two women were seated at the window, Mrs. Fromm and her mother.

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  • In the evening we again assembled in Master Fromm's dining-room.

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  • The whole Fromm family came down to the carriage to say adieu to the travellers.

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  • Our sloop bore the consolatory name of Haabet (hope), and belonged to the merchant Fromm, in Copenhagen.

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  • The first method employed was a modification of the method described by Fromm and Martin.

  • Mr. Fromm himself was waiting for us outside his shop door, and hastened to open the carriage door himself.

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  • Father Fromm was called Henrik, but he himself uttered the name: that therefore could not be other than his son.

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  • Father Fromm gazed at the deep learning with a critical eye, then graciously expressed his approval.

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Fromm

/frɒm/
noun
1.
Erich (ˈɛrɪk). 1900–80, US psychologist and philosopher, born in Germany. His works include The Art of Loving (1956) and To Have and To Be (1976)
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