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“I cannot comment on the role of Fr Bergoglio during that period,” Jalics says in the statement.
The term gout, which was first used about the end of the 13th century, is derived through the Fr.
A variety introduced as new in 1906 by M. Bruant, Poitiers, Fr.The Pears of New York|U. P. Hedrick
The word flageolet was undoubtedly derived from the medieval Fr.
If ye saw a man fall fr'm th' top iv a tin-story buildin' 'twud startle ye, wanst.Mr. Dooley's Philosophy|Finley Peter Dunne
Th' wurruld's been full iv it fr'm th' beginnin'; an' 'll be full iv it till, as Father Kelly says, th' pay-roll's closed.Mr. Dooley: In the Hearts of His Countrymen|Finley Peter Dunne
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British Dictionary definitions for fr (2 of 5)