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frum

(frʊm)
adj.
Yiddish. religious; observant.
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It tells all about him, to a dot -- paints him like a picture, and tells the plantation he's frum, below NewrLEANS.
Harder on the back, this, than frum the dory, ain't it?
Jon Frum is the new, fresh, alternative and innovative pop project by Charlie Valli formed in November 2012 and based in London.
Moderate followers of Islam do have to "rewrite" sections like this (probably with footnotes, the way Frum says the Bible was edited) to achieve Frum's goals.
Among the bold ideas Frum offers conservatives: give up on tax cuts, tone down the talk about abortion and stem cells, and get ready for war with Iran.
There are four paragraphs, starting with the one where he accuses Richard Perle and David Frum of allowing "their pro-Israel prejudices to get the better of their judgment.
So it is with David Frum and Richard Perle's new book An End to Evil: What's Next in the War on Terrorism, in which they reinforce the thesis--now usually described as neoconservative--that American interests and values are best pursued with a maximum of military stick and minimum of negotiating carrot.
25, 2002, David Frum received a call from a respected reporter asking for details about his "firing.
Following the same line of reasoning, David Frum pointed out that none of the lawsuits have yet been tried, but "it would be a rash churchman who trusted his denomination's financial future to the mercy of the federal courts who declared in the case of Delgamuukw that Indians need not meet strict standards of evidence in order to prove a monetary claim.
A Toronto group headed by Murray Frum, a real estate developer, has offered $180 million, but the major-league ownership committee has been studying the group's offer for so long that doubt is growing over whether the group will gain approval.
An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror, by David Frum and Richard Perle, New York: Random House, 284 pages, $25.
HOW WE GOT HERE The 1970s: The Decade That Brought You Modern Life (For Better or Worse) By David Frum Basic Books, $25