• (noun): God of earth's fertility and peace and prosperity; son of Njorth and brother of Freya; originally of the Vanir; later with the Aesir.
    Synonyms: Freyr

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Chocolat Frey - Products
... to control the high demands on quality itself, Frey follows the production process from the cocoa bean to the finished chocolate bar 100% in Switzerland ... Overall, Frey manufactures more than 2,500 products including a wide variety of chocolate bars (solid and filled), countlines (Blox, Risoletto, Branches and Frey d’Or ... With the Extra fine milk chocolate, Frey has manufactured one of Switzerland’s top-selling chocolates for many years ...
List Of Marvel Comics Characters: F - Frey
... Further reading Frey at the Marvel Universe wiki Frey on Marvel Database, a Marvel Comics wiki Frey is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics ... Frey first appeared in Thor #294-295 (April–May 1980), and was adapted from mythology by Roy Thomas and Keith Pollard ... Frey is an Asgardian, and helped construct Valhalla ...
Steve Frey - California Angels
... After three seasons in Montreal, Frey was purchased by the California Angels in Spring training 1992 ... It was with the Angels that Frey enjoyed his greatest success ... In 1993, Frey went 2-3 with a 2.98 earned run average and a team leading thirteen saves ...
Selected Works: 1972–1999 - Track Listing - Disc Four: The Millennium Concert (A Night To Remember)
... Hotel California" (Felder, Frey, Henley) – 657 "Victim of Love" (Felder, Frey, Henley, Souther) – 501 "Peaceful Easy Feeling" (Tempchin) – 523 "Please Come Home for Christmas" (Charles Brown ...
Linda Ronstadt (album) - History
... to recording of the album, Ronstadt hired Glenn Frey to assemble a touring band Frey did so with members of Don Henley’s band Shiloh, who were signed to ... Frey, Henley, Leadon and Meisner formed the Eagles, with Ronstadt’s blessing, after the album’s release ...

Famous quotes containing the word frey:

    This Frey seems thus to us:
    Hells Spider gets
    His intrails spun to whip Cords thus,
    And wove to nets,
    And sets.
    Edward Taylor (1645–1729)