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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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The package technically covers four separate agreements jointly negotiated through Franke as a common investor, and Airbus billed the deal only as a record "announcement.
In carrying out his new tasks, Franke can draw on extensive experience.
Franke argues that gaining marriage rights can "have the unintended effect of constricting the beneficiaries of a civil rights movement into gendered roles they have little interest in inhabiting" and "contribute to an intensification of societal hatred and resentment" that can leave people vulnerable to abuse.
We positively look into the future, which we intend to shape with Franke.
My colleagues and me had been asked to evaluate the institute of the academy of sciences of the former GDR," said Franke, speaking to Gulf News in a telephone interview from his office at the German Cancer Research Centre in Heidelberg.
Alexander Franke is not only a successful author, but also a skilful teacher in self-defence, martial arts and combat sports.
Merklein, Franke, and Hagenah (Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany) draw together 46 papers from the 2013 WGP (German Academic Society for Production Engineering) Congress, held in July 2013 in Erlangen, Germany.
Franke discovered another purpose for these sunken ships when he decided to display his photos in a gallery setting like no other.
According to scholars Katherine Franke, Vicki Schultz, and Kathryn Abrams, men who are perceived as gay, effeminate, or sexually inexperienced become victims of sexual harassment as punishment for nonconformity.
Bend violin student Kiarra Saito-Beckman has won the 2012 Franke-Altman Young Violinist Award, which offers use of a violin by Eugene violin maker Jonathan Franke and a bow from Silverton artisan Ken Altman for two years.
Taglieri will replace George Cayer, whose term has also expired and Franke will fill a vacant public seat on the 11-member board.