dili sosis

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Türkçe - İngilizce
the grey heron
Free postage, a right exercised by governments (usually with definite article)
The notice on an envelope where a stamp would normally be found
{n} a free letter, french silver coin of 18 1-2 cents value
{a} liberal, generous, open, sincere, free
If someone is frank, they state or express things in an open and honest way. `It is clear that my client has been less than frank with me,' said his lawyer They had a frank discussion about the issue. = candid + frankly frank·ly He now frankly admits that much of his former playboy lifestyle was superficial. + frankness frank·ness The reaction to his frankness was hostile
When a letter or parcel is franked, it is marked with a symbol that shows that the proper charge has been paid or that no stamp is needed. The letter was franked in London on August
The privilege of sending letters or other mail matter, free of postage, or without charge; also, the sign, mark, or signature denoting that a letter or other mail matter is to free of postage
a self-addressed, franked envelope. A member of one of the Germanic tribes of the Rhine region in the early Christian era, especially one of the Salian Franks who conquered Gaul about 500 and established an extensive empire that reached its greatest power in the ninth century. German Jewish diarist who fled from Nazi Germany to Amsterdam with her family (1933) and kept a diary during her years in hiding (1942-1944). She and her family were captured (August 1944) and sent to concentration camps. Anne died of typhus in the camp at Belsen. Her diary was published in 1947. Swiss-born American photographer and filmmaker noted for his clear-cut documentary style and interest in popular culture. A frankfurter. to print a sign on an envelope showing that the cost of sending it has been paid franking machine. Member of a Germanic-speaking people who invaded the western Roman Empire in the 5th century. The Franks lived east of the Rhine River in the 3rd century and came under Roman influence. They gained control of northern Gaul by 494 and southern Gaul by 507, and the conversion of their leader Clovis I to Catholic Christianity won them the support of the clergy and the Gallo-Roman population in Gaul. The Franks established one of the most powerful kingdoms of the early Middle Ages, ruling lands in present-day France (to which they gave their name), Belgium, and western Germany. The Merovingian dynasty to which Clovis belonged was succeeded by the Carolingian dynasty, whose most notable ruler, Charlemagne, created a great empire across Christian Europe. The division of the realm in the 9th century and the subsequent dissolution of a unified Frankish empire foreshadowed the formation of the modern countries of western Europe. Baum Lyman Frank Buckley William Frank Jr. Burnet Sir Frank Macfarlane Capra Frank Chapman Frank Michler Frank James Cooper Duryea Charles Edgar and James Frank Frank Annelies Marie Frank Jacob Frank Robert Gehry Frank Owen Johnson Frank Minis Jr. Kellogg Frank Billings Knight Frank Hyneman Leavis Frank Raymond Leslie Frank Libby Willard Frank Loesser Frank Henry Munsey Frank Andrew Murphy Frank Musial Stanley Frank O'Connor Frank Robinson Frank Sinatra Frank Frank Morrison Spillane Stella Frank Philip Wedekind Frank Whittle Sir Frank Wright Frank Lloyd Frank Yang Zappa Frank James Jesse and James Frank
A French coin
A member of one of the German tribes that in the fifth century overran and conquered Gaul, and established the kingdom of France
{s} honest, sincere, straightforward
A native or inhabitant of Western Europe; a European; a term used in the Levant
exempt by means of an official pass or letter, as from customs or other checks
a member of the ancient Germanic peoples who spread from the Rhine into the Roman Empire in the 4th century
Unrestrained; loose; licentious; used in a bad sense
Liberal; generous; profuse
Unbounded by restrictions, limitations, etc
To place a frank on an envelope
dili sosis