fraim

fraim

(freɪm)
adj
another word for fremd
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The claim by Anonymous that I am in anyway affiliated or related to the KKK is absolutely false and defamatory," Mayor Paul Fraim of Norfolk, Virginia, (https://www.
Norfolk's longtime mayor, Paul Fraim, is one of the first mayors to seriously consider the possibility of having residents abandon certain areas of their city to avoid the constant flooding.
Nevertheless, IBM External Relations Manager, Douglas Fraim stated that, Lighthouse would not continue its branding.
John Fraim, while talking about 'Day and Night' symbolism, further elaborates the idea.
Fraim, "SCOMP: A Solution to the Multilevel Security Problem," IEEE Computer 16, no.
Nalan Linda Fraim of Fatih University told Today's Zaman that stress of any sort can result in serious health problems in the long term.
We are indeed proud to welcome Doug back to the Hunting Heritage Trust board of directors," said Bill Fraim, chairman of the Trust's board of directors.
He calls it Frameworks for an Integrated Methodology, and abbreviates is FraIM.
See also John Fraim, Battle of Symbols: Global Dynamics of Advertising, Entertainment and Media (Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag, 2003), and passim.
Among the audience was Paul Fraim, the Mayor of Norfolk, in Virginia, USA, who has invited the students to perform in Norfolk's arts festival next year.