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Frick

 (frĭk), Henry Clay 1849-1919.
American industrialist who amassed a fortune in the steel industry and bequeathed to the public a New York City mansion housing his art collection.

Frick

(frɪk)

n.
Henry Clay, 1849–1919, U.S. industrialist and art patron.
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His side of Lowick was the most remote from the village, and the houses of the laboring people were either lone cottages or were collected in a hamlet called Frick, where a water-mill and some stone-pits made a little centre of slow, heavy-shouldered industry.
In the absence of any precise idea as to what railways were, public opinion in Frick was against them; for the human mind in that grassy corner had not the proverbial tendency to admire the unknown, holding rather that it was likely to be against the poor man, and that suspicion was the only wise attitude with regard to it.
Thus the mind of Frick was exactly of the sort for Mr.
Riding along the lanes by Frick in this mood, and slackening his pace while he reflected whether he should venture to go round by Lowick Parsonage to call on Mary, he could see over the hedges from one field to another.
Hill with his control of the Northwest; (2) the Pennsylvania railway group, Schiff financial manager, with big banking firms of Philadelphia and New York; (3) Harriman, with Frick for counsel and Odell as political lieutenant, controlling the central continental, Southwestern and Southern Pacific Coast lines of transportation;
The nonwovens manufacturer has unique needs," explains Terry Frick, sales manager for Precision Roll Grinders.
Frick was previously at Dechert LLP, an international law firm, where he focused his practice on mergers and acquisitions, private equity transactions, corporate finance and public company reporting and governance issues.
Exhibition on view at The Frick Art Museum October 30, 2014 - February 1, 2015 is the first critical retrospective of American Impressionist painter celebrated for his iconic paintings of women
Frick said: "My birthday would usually be spent at home with my family and friends because I'm too old now so no more parties.
Recent standout projects include: Toren, the award-winning, modem residential tower in Downtown Brooklyn, for which Frick has led the marketing since the project's inception; and Kirkman Lofts, a historic turn-of-the-century soap factory in DUMBO, which he was a key player in bringing to the forefront of the design-focused New York market.
2 Cantonal disasters insertion element (KKE) in Frick The maintenance depot Frick is provided as a location for the Cantonal disasters insertion element (KKE).
HOUSTON, July 27, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Astronaut Stephen Frick has retired from NASA to accept a position in the private sector.