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Franks
French people. Franks Some Franks raided Roman territory, while other Frankish tribes joined the Roman troops of Gaul. In later times, Franks became the military
May 16th 2017



Oliver Franks, Baron Franks
Oliver Shewell Franks, Baron Franks OM GCMG KCB CBE PC DL (16 February 1905 – 15 October 1992) was an English civil servant and philosopher who has been
May 5th 2017



Tommy Franks
Middle East. Franks succeeded General Anthony Zinni to this position on July 6, 2000 and served until his retirement on 7 July 2003. Franks was the U.S
May 8th 2017



Norman Franks
aviation. Franks, Norman. Double Mission: Fighter Pilot and SOE Agent, Manfred Czernin (1976, William Kimber, London) ISBN 0-7183-0254-0 Franks, Norman
Mar 29th 2017



Salian Franks
Franks The Salian Franks, also called the Salians (Latin: Salii, Greek: Salioi), were a northwestern subgroup of the early Franks who first appear in
Nov 28th 2016



Bob Franks
Franks Douglas Franks (September-21September 21, 1951 – April 9, 2010) was a Republican politician. He was a former U.S. Representative from New Jersey. Franks was born
May 17th 2017



Ben Franks
For the philosopher Benjamin-FranksBenjamin Franks, see Rebel Alliances. Benjamin-JohnBenjamin John "Ben" Franks (born 27 March 1984) is a rugby union player for the London Irish
Jan 16th 2017



Augustus Wollaston Franks
Franks-KCB">Sir Augustus Wollaston Franks KCB (20 March 1826 – 21 May 1897) was an English antiquary and museum administrator. Franks was described by Marjorie Caygill
Dec 21st 2016



Franks (surname)
Jewish surname, Franks has also, been found as early, as the 17th century, in New York City. People with the surname include: Abigail Franks (c. 1696–1756)
May 13th 2017



Michael Franks
Michael or Mike Franks may refer to: Michael Franks (musician) (born 1944), American jazz singer and songwriter Michael Franks (album), his eponymous
Apr 17th 2016



Franking
Franking refers to any devices, markings, or combinations thereof ("franks") applied to mails of any class which qualifies them to be postally serviced
May 13th 2017



Frederick M. Franks Jr.
Frederick Melvin Franks Jr. (born 1 November 1936) is a retired general of the United States Army. He commanded the Gulf War coalition VII Corps in the
Apr 26th 2017



Nicholas Franks
California San Francisco. "Franks Professor Nick Franks, FRS". Imperial College London. Retrieved 15 March 2016Franks, Nicholas (2014). "The role of K2P channels
Nov 7th 2016



Ripuarian Franks
kingdom of Germany was formed. The other main group of Franks were the Salii, or "Salian Franks", who lived to the west of the Ripuarii in what is today
Apr 13th 2017



Herman Franks
Durocher, then Brooklyn's manager. As a Dodger, Franks caught Tex Carleton's no-hitter on April 30, 1940. Franks missed 3½ seasons during World War II, when
Feb 24th 2017



Robert Franks
Robert Franks is the name of: Bobby Franks (1909–1924), American murder victim Bob Franks (1951–2010), U.S. Representative from New Jersey Robert Frank (disambiguation)
Jun 19th 2015



Trent Franks
part of western Phoenix. Franks was born in Uravan, Colorado, a company town, the son of Juanita and Edward Taylor Franks. He was born with a cleft lip
May 9th 2017



Franks Tract State Recreation Area
In February 1937 Franks Tract was inundated and reclaimed by October, but in February 1938 the False River levee broke and Franks Tract was flooded and
Apr 23rd 2016



David Franks
David Franks (loyalist) (1720–1794), loyalist in the war of the American Revolution David Franks (hurler) (born 1980), Irish hurler David Frank (disambiguation)
Apr 25th 2014



Gary Franks
election, Franks defeated former 6th District congressman Toby Moffett, whom Franks portrayed as too liberal to represent the district. Franks won in a
May 22nd 2017



Chris Franks
engineer and politician. For the soccer player see Chris Franks (soccer). Christopher Paul Franks (born 2 August 1951) is a Welsh engineer and politician
Mar 11th 2017



John Franks
Franks John Franks may refer to: John A. Franks, American businessman Franks John Franks (judge), Irish Indian judge All pages with a title containing Franks John Franks Jack
Aug 26th 2011



USS Franks (DD-554)
after Medal of Honor recipient Franks Acting Master's Mate William Joseph Franks. Franks was launched on 7 December 1942 by Seattle-Tacoma Shipbuilding Corporation
Sep 1st 2016



Indispensable (Michael Franks album)
Indispensable: The Best of Michael Franks is a jazz vocal album by Michael Franks released in 1988 with Warner Bros.. It is Franks' twelfth album, and his first
Mar 17th 2017



James Franks
or Jimmy Franks may refer to: Jimmy Franks (ice hockey) (1914-1994), Canadian ice hockey goaltender Jimmy Pop (born 1972), born James Franks, US musician
Jul 25th 2014



Mike Franks (soccer)
Netherlands, and Scotland. Franks has played professionally for the Vancouver 86ers, PSV Eindhoven, RBC Roosendaal and Hibernian. Franks never earned a full
Nov 25th 2016



Philip Franks
Franks was born in London and is the only child of Patricia and Robert Franks. His father was a squadron leader pilot in the Royal Air Force. Franks maintains
Jan 11th 2017



Franks Casket
The Franks Casket (or the Auzon Casket) is a small Anglo-Saxon whale's bone (not "whalebone" in the sense of baleen) chest from the early 8th century,
Apr 20th 2017



Dennis Franks
in the final game of the season. Franks was selected as a first-team All-Big Ten Conference center in 1974. Franks was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania
Mar 1st 2017



Jimmy Franks Recording Company
been released by the Jimmy-Franks-Recording-CompanyJimmy Franks Recording Company. List of record labels https://www.discogs.com/label/43474-Jimmy-Franks-Recording-Company http://allaccessmagazine
Oct 2nd 2016



Anne Frank
GermanyGermany. Born a German national, Frank lost her citizenship in 1941 and thus became stateless. By May 1940, the Franks were trapped in Amsterdam by the
May 21st 2017



Mike Franks (tennis)
For other people named Mike-FranksMike-FranksMike Franks, see Mike-FranksMike-FranksMike Franks (disambiguation). Myron ("Mike") Jay Franks (born December 23, 1936) is a former world class tennis
Apr 25th 2017



Wilbur R. Franks
at University of Toronto, Franks developed an idea that resulted in the world's first anti-gravity suit or G-suit. Franks had noted that his test tubes
Jan 22nd 2017



General Franks
Franks General Franks may refer to: Frederick M. Franks, Jr. (born 1936), United States Army general Tommy Ray Franks (born 1945), United States Army general
Jun 14th 2016



William Joseph Franks
For the British astronomer, see William Sadler Franks. William Joseph Franks (1830 – April 18, 1880) was a United States Navy sailor who received the
Oct 29th 2016



Frank
Frank may refer to: Frank (given name) Frank (surname) A member of the medieval Germanic people, the Franks French people ancestors Crusaders in medieval
Feb 9th 2017



Port Franks, Ontario
Nations peoples in the Great Lakes Basin. The "Port Franks" reserve (named for company official Charles Franks and not, as is commonly reported, a Lake Huron
May 21st 2017



Dick Franks
Obituary: Sir Dick Franks The Times, 20 October 2008 Obituary: Brian Stewart The Scotsman, 10 September 2015 Obituary: Sir Dick Franks The Independent
Dec 8th 2016



Cecil Franks
General Election until the 1992 General Election. Franks was born in Salford and was the son of George Franks, an estate agent and Labour councillor. After
Mar 2nd 2017



Duke of the Franks
rights. The term "Franks" may refer to an ethnic group or the inhabitants of a territory called "Francia", named after the original Franks. The first office
Mar 25th 2017



Jamie Franks
Jamie Franks may refer to: Jamie Franks (politician) (born 1972), Democratic member of the Mississippi House of Representatives Jamie Franks (soccer) (born
Jul 25th 2014



Daniel Franks
Daniel Franks may refer to: Bubba Franks (born 1978), American football player Daniel Franks (BMX rider) (born 1993), New Zealand BMX rider
Jun 15th 2016



Michael Franks (athlete)
Michael "Mike" Franks (born September 23, 1963) is a former American track and field athlete who competed in the 400-meter dash. He was the silver medalist
Aug 1st 2016



Jack D. Franks
Jack D. Franks (born October 2, 1963) is the Chairman of the McHenry County Board, serving since December 2016. Previously, Franks served as a member of
Apr 16th 2017



Franks Site
Just south of the Franks Site is a smaller site, the Moes-SiteMoes Site, which appears to be closely related to the Franks Site. Like Franks, Moes included a cemetery
Nov 30th 2016



Franks Report
resulted in a Franks Report, both conducted by Sir Oliver Franks: Franks Report (1957) on administrative tribunals and inquiries. Franks Report (1983)
Mar 13th 2008



Frank House
KY, listed on the NRHP in Kentucky Henry Franks House, Allegan, MI, listed on the NRHP in Michigan UK Franks House in East London is part of the British
Apr 30th 2014



Chris Franks (soccer)
Chris Franks (born 27 April 1974) is a Canadian former international soccer player who played professionally in North America and England. He currently
Mar 26th 2017



Barney Frank
Barnett Frank (born March 31, 1940) is a former American politician and board member of the New York-based Signature Bank. He previously served as a member
May 11th 2017



Owen Franks
and Franks assumed the tighthead duties for the Canterbury team. His older brother, Ben Franks is also a prop and plays alongside his brother. Franks made
Jan 27th 2017





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