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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.
Pathfinder: John Charles Fremont and the Course of American Empire.
announced it has closed on its transaction with Brea, California-based Fremont Investment & Loan, a subsidiary of Fremont General Corporation, Santa Monica, California.
Fremont Investment & Loan closed $135 million in financing for the construction of a new condominium tower located at 2 Second Street in Jersey City, NJ, on the Hudson River directly opposite midtown Manhattan.
In Pathfinder: John Charles Fremont and the Course of American Empire, Tom Chaffin examines Fremont's entire career.
But this being the preseason part of their schedule, the Cavaliers will file away Wednesday's 54-52 loss to Fremont of Los Angeles in the memory bank and draw upon it for future use.
Fremont Plastic Molds in Fremont, Ohio, is now offering extrusion blow molds for large technical parts in which the mechanical knives required to cut, trim, and deflash parts are integrated into the mold.
Much as she was regarded during her own lifetime, nineteenth-century American author Jessie Benton Fremont is still viewed primarily as the wife of adventurer and politician John Charles Fremont.
Fremont, and the Claiming of the American West BY DAVID ROBERTS SIMON & SCHUSTER 2000, 320 PAGES, $25.
Fremont Financial provides secured working capital and term loans averaging $2 million to $4 million to mid-sized businesses.
When attempts were made to seize California from the Mexicans and also to prevent its falling into the hands of the British, Fremont played an active role in winning California for the United States.