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The central character, Fran, already at the fringe of university life, lives in a cottage in the countryside, where the main companion in her garden is the author of “Pride & Prejudice,” who makes a ghostly appearance.Jane Austen makes a cameo in a charming new novel about friendship and the literary life|Carole Burns|September 10, 2021|Washington Post
Naomi and her wife Fran own TomboyX, which is an intimate apparel company for the LGBTQ community.Couple’s love of soccer leads to Washington Spirit investment|Kevin Majoros|April 1, 2021|Washington Blade
In the apartment she shares with Fran, the duo appear to store their clothes folded in IKEA cubicles.We Need More Female Villains Onscreen—But Not the Kind We Get in I Care a Lot|Stephanie Zacharek|February 19, 2021|Time
I felt more love from Fran and Chloé and the film crew than I felt from my own biological family.What to Know About Nomadland and the Real-Life Community Behind the Movie|Annabel Gutterman|February 15, 2021|Time
We should all be so lucky as to find someone who looks at us the way Marty looks at Fran.In Pretend It’s a City, Martin Scorsese Shares the Pleasure of Fran Lebowitz’s Company|Judy Berman|January 8, 2021|Time
Fran [Walsh] and I have a couple of true stories that we want to do that are New Zealand movies.‘No Regrets’: Peter Jackson Says Goodbye to Middle-Earth|Alex Suskind|December 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Both Fran Blanche and Rob Barnett talk about the amount of extra work these internet endeavors require.
And despite drawing attention from the late musical luminary Lou Reed, Fran has only ever advertised by word of mouth.
Whereas with San Fran you sort of feel, well, life is so incorrigibly wonderful out there, they don't really need this.
Queens-native Fran Drescher is known for her nasal voice, but when the actress laughs, ear drums truly feel the effects.
Vie de Napolon Buonaparte, prcde d'un tableau prliminaire sur la Rvolution fran.The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte|William Milligan Sloane
Unenfranchised, un-en-fran′chizd, adj. not having the franchise.
One evening, when she was to come out as Phedra he led me to the stage of the Th atre Fran ais.The True Story of My Life|Hans Christian Andersen
Then the Countess said good-by and allowed Fran¸ois to take her home.The Red Cross Girls with the Russian Army|Margaret Vandercook
Of printed bibles there were few in his library; one, a Latin version in three volumes, purple morocco, printed by Fran.Ruskin Relics|W. G. Collingwood