Frances


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Františka
Francisca
Franziska
Françoise
Franciska
Franciszka
Františka

Frances

[ˈfrɑːnsɪs] NFrancisca
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The grown-up daughter, Frances, was a very important person in our world.
Grandfather said Frances Harling was as good a judge of credits as any banker in the county.
When Frances drove out into the country on business, she would go miles out of her way to call on some of the old people, or to see the women who seldom got to town.
Harling took the long ride out to the Shimerdas' with Frances.
Julia was in the hammock-- she was fond of repose--and Frances was at the piano, playing without a light and talking to her mother through the open window.
When she first came to this country, Frances, and had that genteel old man to watch over her, she was as pretty a girl as ever I saw.
She had two sisters to be benefited by her elevation; and such of their acquaintance as thought Miss Ward and Miss Frances quite as handsome as Miss Maria, did not scruple to predict their marrying with almost equal advantage.
However, they formed themselves into line, all assisting, owing to the importance of the search; the dairyman at the upper end with Mr Clare, who had volunteered to help; then Tess, Marian, Izz Huett, and Retty; then Bill Lewell, Jonathan, and the married dairywomen--Beck Knibbs, with her wooly black hair and rolling eyes; and flaxen Frances, consumptive from the winter damps of the water-meads--who lived in their respective cottages.
Frances darling, pull his hair as you go by: I heard him snap his fingers.
I want a divorce,' Frances (Parker) tells her husband Robert (Thomas Haden Church), who is a decent guy, if somewhat dull.
Our protagonist, Frances Wray, is shockingly unmarried and living a dreary existence with her mother.

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