frosh


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frosh

(frɔʃ)
1. n. a freshman. Ken is just a frosh, but he looks older.
2. mod. having to do with freshmen. The frosh dorm is full again this year.
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Senator Frosh added, "The BPA bill is a common sense measure that will protect the health of thousands of children.
Chairman Frosh is abusing the power of a chairman by placing undue hurdles in the way of this crucial legislation," she noted.
Citizens for Jessica's Law of Maryland accuses Frosh of preventing passage of the bill by:
Matt Toeaina Samoan fullback opened new area to UO Moved to DT and backed up as redshirt frosh
Anthony Trucks Receiver and sack specialist for prep team Special teams as frosh, OLB in '03 until injury
The bill is co-sponsored by Senators Astle, Britt, Currie, Della, Forehand, Frosh, Garagiola, Gianetti, Gladden, Grosfeld, Hogan, Hollinger, Kelley, Klausmeier, McFadden, Middleton, Pinsky, Stone, and Teitelbaum.
Frosh will remain an active member of CAM's board of directors and also be available for consulting as needed.
CONTACT: Kirsten Frosh, (media relations) 714-975-7153, or Lila Churney, (investor relations) 714-975-3909, both of Fluor/
Promising sophomore Brandon Pittman, a 6-4, 250-pounder who returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown on the frosh team last year, has transferred to Serra of Gardena.
West Ranch's new frosh coach Jeff Engilman, known through the years at City Section power Sylmar High as a yeller and screamer, will keep his promise to mellow out - for about five minutes of the first game until somebody misses a block or drops a pass.
West Ranch's top new player, running back Trenten Yokofich, knows Engilman's reputation and is pleased to have such an experienced, successful coach at the frosh level.
We are optimistic about the opportunity this provides for our combined company," said Frosh.
Frosh G Malik Hairston, whom UCLA recruited heavily, is averaging 13.