friz


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frizz1

(frɪz)
v.i., v.t.
1. to form into small crisp curls or little tufts.
n.
2. the state of being frizzed.
3. something frizzed, as hair.
[1650–60; back formation from frizzle1]

frizz2

(frɪz)

v.i., v.t.
[by shortening]
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The first of these climbs comes at Friz Hill outside Wellesbourne before the climb of Sun Rising Hill onto the Edge Hill embankment, with the final climb of Burton Dassett Country Park being tackled three times by the peloton.
A mural of Lydon with the PiL logo, painted by street artist Friz, on hoarding around the old Windsor Hotel, has become something of a local tourist attraction, with scores of people lining up to pose with Mr Rotten.
This work presents an analysis of the characteristics of the project, which is being carried out in a Reception Center, with Unaccompanied Refugee Minors, particularly with the first minors with such characteristics, who have arrived into the peninsula and have been managed in a public registration centre Morales, Sanhueza, Friz y Riquelme.
Gable won his first ever Academy Award for this film, with his performance being so iconic that it inspired animator Friz Freleng in designing Bugs Bunny, heavily based on Peter Warne's carrot eating scenes.
El trabajo presentado pone de manifiesto que los docentes de Primaria y de Secundaria de centros con suficiente equipamiento tecnologico tienen una concepcion muy positiva sobre la metodologia de trabajo colaborativo y sobre su incidencia en favorecer tanto la interaccion entre los alumnos como el aprendizaje que pueden lograr, en la misma linea de otros estudios revisados (Kolloffel, Eysink y Jong, 2011; Murillo y Martinez-Garrido, 2013; Panitz, 2001; Puentes, Roig, Sanhuez y Friz, 2013; Roman y Murillo, 2012; Saez, 2011).
Alan Friz, 57, and his wife Aimee Friz, 36, were arrested last Wednesday from their house after the Dubois County Sheriff's Department responded to a complaint of an unruly juvenile at the family home.