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Fre·mont

 (frē′mŏnt′)
A city of western California on San Francisco Bay, a suburb of Oakland.

Fre•mont

(ˈfri mɒnt)

n.
a city in W California near San Francisco Bay. 187,800.

Fré•mont

(ˈfri mɒnt)

n.
John Charles, 1813–90, U.S. general and explorer: first Republican presidential candidate, 1856.
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Noun1.Frémont - United States explorer who mapped much of the American west and Northwest (1813-1890)Fremont - United States explorer who mapped much of the American west and Northwest (1813-1890)
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The railroad which ran through this section ascended from the south-west to the north-west by Great Island, Columbus, an important Nebraska town, Schuyler, and Fremont, to Omaha.
They were together to California and Oregon with General Fremont.
Fremont structured this loan for a repeat customer, Fisher Development, and quickly secured a participant lender, Emigrant Savings Bank.
Fremont president Martin Cass says prototype IMF tools are already in development, an example being one for automotive washer bottles in which two containers blown mouth-to-mouth in one cavity are separated during ejection.
McCleary and the Patriots (10-1) took their loss like men, first tipping their cap to Fremont and then looking directly at themselves in the mirror.
He said he expects Fremont Financial's marketing, credit and operational organization to remain in place since the acquired company's products complement and add to Finova's.
Moreover, Fremont Bank showed strong growth in its commercial lending, which increased by 88 percent over the same period last year, lending over $169 million.
1%, of the outstanding voting shares of Fremont voted in favor of the approval and adoption of the merger agreement.
Fremont also stepped in to assist Weststone USA, a Phoenix based development firm controlled by Brian Regehr with construction financing for the 134-unit Northshore Condominiums located on the shore of Tempe Town Lake in Tempe, AZ.
But Fremont had no answer for junior opposite hitter Stephanie Cisneros.
In a sense we got the Q-1 by throwing parts away," says Fremont president Paul Rothschild, who with associate Donald Smith and Rona Rothschild (married to Paul) bought Fremont four and a half years ago as a profitable but down-at-the-heel maker of toys, and auto and drainage parts.