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frank

adjective aboveboard, blunt, candid, clear, crystal clear, decent, direct, distinct, evident, explicit, forthright, honest, ingenuous, manifest, obvious, on the up and up, open, open and aboveboard, open and sinnere, open and genuine, sincere, straight, straightforward, straight-out, unequivocal, unreserved, upfront
Associated concepts: franking privilege
See also: apparent, candid, clear, credible, direct, forthright, genuine, honest, ingenuous, simple, sincere, straightforward, unaffected
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Synopsis: Compiled by Ronald Wilfred Jansen, "Anne Frank 80 Years A Memorial Tour in Current Images: Frankfurt am Main, Aachen, Amsterdam, Camp Westerbork, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Bergen-Belsen" is an impressive and timeless compendium of captioned photographs relating to Anne Frank and the Holocaust.
They invited fellow pupils from neighbouring schools Harewood Primary and Thornaby C of E Primary to see the exhibition currently housed at Bader, loaned to them by the Anne Frank Trust.
At a news conference at the Anne Frank house, Abe said the extensive damage done to the books was "regrettable, quite regrettable.
Ronald Leopold, general director of the Anne Frank Foundation based in Amsterdam, said Anne Frank's diary written during World War II is unfortunately still relevant for all young people throughout the world.
The Anne Frank Trust is using Anne's story to teach children at King James's about the dangers of prejudice in the modern world.
The opening of the exhibition, Anne Frank + You, yesterday marked what would have been her 84th birthday.
He could get sex because it's legal, he could get drugs because it's legal, and now we are making a hoopla because he said, 'I wonder if Anne Frank had been a belieber'.
Anne Frank is, and always will be, the most famous victim of the Holocaust.
While there's never a good time to find Anne Frank in your attic, this was a particularly bad time.
1952: Anne Frank published in English The British public gets the chance to read The Diary of a Young Girl, written by Anne Frank who hid from the Nazis in Holland during the war.
My research for Anne Frank bought me back to my own history, full as it is of anecdotes and experiences that have been with me since childhood.
This somewhat ambiguous title refers to the Annexe in a house in Amsterdam where the Frank family along with others were hidden from the Nazis in 1945, a story made memorable by the publication of The Diary of Anne Frank.