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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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Franken received extensive training in the apparel industry in Europe and the United States.
For further information or to arrange an interview with CEO, Mat Franken, please contact Kevin Oaks at koaks@christiecomm.
Franken was a regular guest on Letterman's show in the 1980s and '90s but last appeared with him in 2008.
Franken and Laurie strolled to an airport shop and bought a wire to plug his laptop into the iPad jack where the dongle would have gone.
Franken speculates that wrongdoers could also rely on computer programs to scour the devices as well.
The Franken Amendment seeks to ensure access to courts for claims unrelated to an employment relationship.
Al Franken is a warmonger who turned against Bush only after it became politically correct to do so, and only turned against the war to score partisan points.
As Franken himself said, his job is "not to be the 60th Democratic senator; I'm going to be the second senator from the state of Minnesota.
The US Democratic party has tightened its grip on the senate after the Minnesota supreme court ruled that Al Franken, its candidate, won a disputed election more than seven months ago.
The 5-0 ruling confirmed the court's decision "that Al Franken received the highest number of votes legally cast and is entitled under (Minnesota law) to receive the certificate of election as United States Senator from the State of Minnesota.
Method Fest Executive Director Don Franken is pleased that this year's edition is the biggest ever.
In Minnesota, the contest between Democrat Al Franken and Republican incumbent Norm Coleman has also not been settled.