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Morgan Freeman Cannes
Freeman, free men, or variant, may refer to: Freeman
Freeman
may refer to:a member of the Third Estate in medieval society (commoners), see estates of the realm Freeman, an apprentice who has been granted freedom of the company, was a rank within Livery companies Freeman, in Middle English synonymous with franklin (class), initially a person not tied to land as a villein or serf, later a land-owner Freeman
Freeman
(Colonial), in U.S
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Estates Of The Realm
The estates of the realm, or three estates, were the broad orders of social hierarchy used in Christendom
Christendom
(Christian Europe) from the medieval period to early modern Europe. Different systems for dividing society members into estates developed and evolved over time. The best known system is the French Ancien Régime
Ancien Régime
(Old Regime), a three-estate system used until the French Revolution
French Revolution
(1789–1799). Monarchy
Monarchy
was for the king and the queen and this system was made up of clergy (the First Estate), nobles (the Second Estate), and peasants and bourgeoisie (the Third Estate)
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Lester Freamon
Lester Freamon
Lester Freamon
is a fictional character on the HBO
HBO
drama The Wire, played by actor Clarke Peters. Freamon is a detective in the Baltimore Police Department's Major Crimes Unit. He is a wise, methodical detective, whose intelligence and experience are often central to investigations throughout the series, particularly with respect to uncovering networks of money laundering and corruption.Contents1 Character background and plot relations1.1 Season 1 1.2 Season 2 1.3 Season 3 1.4 Season 4 1.5 Season 52 Critical response 3 ReferencesCharacter background and plot relations[edit] Freamon is a veteran of the Baltimore Police who establishes a positive reputation for his instincts, tenacity and intelligence. He served in the military and fought in the Vietnam War
Vietnam War
before joining the force
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Freeman (rapper)
Malek Brahimi (also known as Abdelmalek Sultan), better known by his stage name Freeman,[1] is a French hip hop
French hip hop
artist and breakdancer. He is a member of the successful hip hop group IAM together with Akhenaton, Shurik'n, Khéops, Imhotep, and Kephren. He has also worked as a solo artist and an actor. Freeman lives in Marseille, but says that he is above all an Internationalist. Brahimi was born in Algiers, Algeria
Algeria
on 9 May 1972, and has lived most of his life in the district of Belsunce, in Marseille. At first, when IAM was formed in 1988, Brahimi worked with them as a breakdancer under the alias Abdelmalek Sultan, but he soon started rapping and appearing on the group's albums
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Freeman (singer)
Leo Christer Friman (born in Lahti, Finland
Finland
on 14 September 1951) better known by his stage name Freeman is a Finnish singer, songwriter and musician. Considered a great artist, he started his music career in a band called Waterloo. He was most popular in the 1970s, and his songs from that era such as "Ajetaan tandemilla" and "Osuuskaupan Jane" remain classics to this day.[1] Freeman 4, his fourth studio album was released nearly 25 years after the release of his last studio album, Tulta tai jäätä.Contents1 Discography1.1 Albums 1.2 Singles2 References 3 External linksDiscography[edit] Albums[edit]1976: Freeman [Love Records] 1977: Freeman 2 [Love Records] 1986: Tulta tai jäätä [Megafon] 2011: Freeman 4 [Johanna] (reached #19 on Finnish Albums Chart)Singles[edit]Featured in2010: "Liian myöhään" (Uusi Fantasia feat. Freeman) (reached #10 in Finnish Singles Chart) 2012: "Karjala Takaisin" (JVG feat
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Freeman Dyson
Freeman John Dyson FRS (born 15 December 1923) is an English-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician
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Freeman White
Freeman White
Freeman White
II[1][2] (born December 17, 1943) is a former American football end who played four seasons with the New York Giants
New York Giants
of the National Football League. He was drafted by the New York Giants
New York Giants
in the ninth round of the 1966 NFL Draft. Freeman was also drafted by the Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos
in the second round of the 1966 AFL Draft
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Crying Freeman
Crying Freeman
Crying Freeman
(クライング フリーマン, Kuraingu Furīman) is a manga series written by Kazuo Koike
Kazuo Koike
and illustrated by Ryoichi Ikegami. Crying Freeman
Crying Freeman
follows an assassin, a Japanese man hypnotized and trained by the Chinese mafia (called the "108 Dragons") to serve as its agent, and covered in a vast and complex dragon tattoo. A quiet but complicated killer, Freeman reflexively sheds tears after every killing as a sign of regret. The manga was originally serialized by Shogakukan
Shogakukan
on its magazine Big Comic Spirits from 1986 to 1998. It was first published in North America by Viz Media
Viz Media
in comic book form
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Free Men
"Free Men" is a science fiction short story by Robert A. Heinlein, which originally appeared in the Heinlein collection, The Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein
Robert A. Heinlein
(Ace F-375, 1966) and was later collected in Expanded Universe. It is copyrighted by Heinlein in 1966, but was probably written between 1947 and 1950, judging from the foreword to it in Expanded Universe, which mentions that it was written after Rocket Ship Galileo. In the story, America has been invaded and occupied after the "20 Minute War" and "Final Sunday". There is a dramatic change in the situation of Barclay Free Company, a small band of resisters. The story is action-filled, but does pause at moments for a few polemics, the main thrust of which is that free people are free within themselves regardless of outward circumstances
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Freeman (Fatal Fury)
Garou: Mark of the Wolves (餓狼 MARK OF THE WOLVES, Garō Mark of the Wolves, "Hungry Wolf: Mark of the Wolves"), released as Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves on Dreamcast, is a 1999 fighting game produced by SNK, originally for the Neo Geo system. It is the eighth installment in the Fatal Fury series.Contents1 Gameplay 2 Plot 3 Fighters3.1 Regular fighters 3.2 Bosses/Hidden Fighters4 Release 5 Planned sequel 6 Reception 7 References 8 External linksGameplay[edit] The two-plane system in which characters would fight from two different planes was removed from the game. The game introduces the "Tactical Offense Position" (T.O.P.) which is a special area on the life gauge. When the gauge reaches this area, the character enters the T.O.P. mode, granting the player character the ability to use T.O.P. attack, gradual life recovery, and increased attack damage
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Silent Running
Silent Running
Silent Running
is a 1972 environmental-themed American post-apocalyptic science fiction film the directorial debut of Douglas Trumbull, and stars Bruce Dern, Cliff Potts, Ron Rifkin
Ron Rifkin
and Jesse Vint.Contents1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Soundtrack 5 Reception 6 Adaptation 7 See also 8 References 9 External linksPlot[edit] In the future, all plant life on Earth has become extinct. A few specimens have been preserved in enormous, greenhouse-like geodesic domes attached to a fleet of American Airlines
American Airlines
space freighters, currently just outside the orbit of Saturn
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Gordon Freeman
Gordon Freeman
Gordon Freeman
is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Half-Life
Half-Life
video game series, created by Gabe Newell[2] and designed by Newell and Marc Laidlaw[3] of Valve Corporation. His first appearance is in Half-Life. Gordon Freeman
Gordon Freeman
is an American man from Seattle, who graduated from MIT with a PhD in Theoretical Physics. He was an employee at Black Mesa Research Facility
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Huey Freeman
Huey Freeman
Huey Freeman
is one of the main protagonists and antihero in The Boondocks syndicated comic strip written by Aaron McGruder, as well as the animated TV series of the same name.[1] Politically sapient and borderline militant, Huey, being a self-described revolutionary left-wing radical, regularly reflects upon current events as well as the plight of African-Americans as it relates to a greater American society. As presented by his pessimistic personality, Huey's character has often been described as "misanthropic" and "cynical". He's named after Huey P. Newton, one of the co-founders and leaders of the Black Panther Party.[2] He is voiced by Regina King.[3] Huey, who grew up with his little brother Riley (also voiced by Regina King) on the West Side of Chicago, was moved along with his brother to the peaceful, predominantly white suburb of Woodcrest, Baltimore
Baltimore
by their grandfather Robert Jebediah Freeman
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Matt Freeman (Power Of Five)
Matthew J. Freeman is the protagonist of Anthony Horowitz's The Power of Five novels, Raven's Gate, Evil Star and one of the main characters in Necropolis. He also briefly appeared in the third book of the series, Nightrise. He was born in London, England, to an English mother and a father from New Zealand. However, after the death of his parents he went to live in Ipswich, then York. He is 14 years old at the start of the series but turns 15 in Necropolis
Necropolis
and is destined to become the leader of "The Five". He is described as having short dark hair, blue eyes, broad shoulders and a muscular body, like a model or footballer.Contents1 Early life 2 Raven's Gate 3 Evil Star 4 Nightrise 5 Necropolis 6 Oblivion 7 Past Matt 8 Powers and abilities 9 References 10 External linksEarly life[edit] Matthew Freeman spent the primary years of his life growing up with his kind and loving parents, Mark and Kate Freeman, in Dulwich
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Battle Of Freeman's Farm
Freeman's Farm:British Pyrrhic victoryBemis Heights:Decisive American victory British surrender October 17Belligerents United States Canadian Auxiliaries Great Britain Quebec Loyalists Hesse-Cassel Hesse-Hanau Brunswick-WolfenbüttelCommanders and leaders Horatio Gates Benedict Arnold Benjamin Lincoln Enoch Poor Ebenezer Learned Daniel Morgan James Livingston John Burgoyne  Simon Fraser † Baron Riedesel Strength9,000 (first battle)[1] over 12,000 (second battle)[2] over 15,000 (at time of surrender)[3] 7,200 (first battle)[4] 6,600 (second battle)[2]Casualties and losses90 killed 240 wounded[5][6] 440 killed 695 wounded 6,222 captured[7][5]v t eSaratoga Campaign 1777Fort Ticonderoga Hubbardton Fort Anne Slaying of Jane McCrea Fort Stanwix Oriskany Bennington 1st Saratoga (Freeman's Farm) Forts Clinton and Montgomery 2nd Saratoga
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Mr. Freeman
Mr. Freeman is a Russian animated web series named after its main character. The series appeared on YouTube
YouTube
on September 21, 2009 and got considerable popularity in Runet.[2] The main content of the series is monologues which in a harsh manner criticize the lifestyle of modern everyman.[3] As of May, 2017 there are 22 episodes published, with a total of 37 uploads to the channel. The total number of views is more than 76 million.[4] The earliest five episodes were dubbed by the Russian actor Vadim Demchog. On November 14, 2010 Demchog officially announced his immediate relation to the project.[5] After that, the production of new episodes temporarily ceased, but on January 11, 2011 a new video was released
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