There was a great deal about rav Froman that was sensational, in every sense of the word.
rav Nechemiah said, in his father's name, also fire and the mule.
The rav is naturally humble-minded, and it is no trifle to him to expound the Torah.
The last words were long drawn out, the rav emphasizing them with his hands and wrinkling his forehead.
And the rav felt, as he went on with the prayer, that this anger was cooling down.
And the rav sat in his room, bent over a book in which he would fain have lost himself.
Once more he faced the rav, who had sunk again into the chair.
And the rav knew about everything: about going on a journey, about business, about marrying, about purifying vessels for Passover.
Usually the relation was this: the rav they loved but vexed, the Rebbetzin they hated but feared.
rav Chama ben Chanania says it means that not even the scar of a lancet was upon them.