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  • n  (heraldry) an ordinary consisting of a broad horizontal band across a shield
  • n  a city in north central Morocco; religious center

  • With a compelling blend of cultural anthropology and business journalism, he makes us fess up about our dependence on brand-name products and explains our nearly irresistible urge .
  • Perhaps more time should be devoted to studying the factors that inspire such behavior, rather than the various ways teens fess up to it be it online or off.
  • To anyone familiar with the world of numbered accounts, it's hard to believe that the Pirate of Third Avenue will fess up entirely to SEC investigators digging for the remaining $49 .
News & Articles

  • SummerFess Celebration Kicks-Off this August
    SummerFess, a two-day wine and food festival hosted by Fess Parker Winery, has been announced for August 16th and 17th, 2013.
    June 19, 2013 - Santa Barbara Independent
  • Joyce's 'Ulysses' adapted into two-hander 'Gibraltar'
    Time to fess up. You never did get around to reading James Joyce’s epic-length “Ulysses,” did you? You meant to, but something else always came up . . . like life. Fortunately, Patrick Fitzgerald manages to partially fill the gap with “Gibraltar,” his two-person adaptation of the literary masterpiece. Well, not the...
    June 17, 2013 - New York Post
  • Recent
    A faded Texas flag flies over the Fess Parker Inn in Los Olivos, a wine lovers destination east of Santa Barbara. Parker was born in Texas and considered this place to be a Texas embassy.
    June 13, 2013 - Easy Reader
Quotes

  • Goose Gossage in ESPN
    I think that if you did do performance-enhancing drugs, you need to come clean and put an end to this,Gossage said. "Just fess up."
  • Michael E. Levine in Christian Post
    The doctor said, 'Why didn't you tell me? I never would have prescribed you that,'said Levine, who now realizes how easily he could have overdosed and died. "For the future, I will always 'fess up."
  • Rob Schenck in Forbes
    I ask Senator Craig to help us all by doing the right thing: Fess up to God and man, step aside and seek help,said the Rev. Rob Schenck, president of a conservative religious group, Faith and Action.

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