Quotes of Fannie

  1. I think we're not going to preserve Fannie and Freddie in anything like their current form. We're going to have to bring fundamental change to that market. – Timothy Geithner
  2. We will not support returning Fannie and Freddie to the role they played before conservatorship, where they fought to take market share from private competitors while enjoying the privilege of government support. – Timothy Geithner
  3. And so Fannie Mae produces very strong results for investors in- when interest rates are high and when interest rates are low, in recession and during booms. – Franklin Raines

Usage examples for Fannie

  1. While I was still visiting among these people, the steamer Fannie Lewis landed with one hundred and four more refugees from Mississippi. – A Woman's Life-Work Labors and Experiences by Laura S. Haviland
  2. " What 's de mattah, Fannie – The Sport of the Gods by Paul Laurence Dunbar
  3. Fannie held the rose. – John March, Southerner by George W. Cable
  4. Fannie followed her brother into the house with the cat, and he gave it some warm milk, and Fannie covered it up, snug, by the kitchen stove. – Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad by Various
  5. He kept apart from Fannie – John March, Southerner by George W. Cable
  6. " I have told you I am Howard Hastings," answered the young man, adding that the picture was not that of Fannie but her child. – Dora Deane by Mary J. Holmes
  7. " You don't bow down to Mrs. Grundy," something prompted Ravenel to say, as he and Fannie came slowly back from a gallop in the hills. – John March, Southerner by George W. Cable
  8. As the reader came back to her former seat, with the pink on her cheek deepened into warm crimson, the new comer greeted her with- Good- evening, Miss Fannie – Ester Ried by Pansy (aka. Isabella M. Alden)
  9. " There was something fascinating about Faithful Fannie though, as there is about all unusually plain persons. – Torchy, Private Sec. by Sewell Ford
  10. Now she did all this out of sheer love for Fannie and because she had been kind to her in her mother's house, and never put on airs and ordered her about, as some children do. – Little Ferns For Fanny's Little Friends by Fanny Fern
  11. Good, steadfast Aunt Fannie she was, a woman without a vision, who accepted what the day brought with religiously unquestioning thanks. – Our Nervous Friends Illustrating the Mastery of Nervousness by Robert S. Carroll
  12. By Fannie Belle Irving, a gifted writer, and niece of Washington Irving. – Nautilus by Laura E. Richards
  13. This act, Pauline by Mrs. Elmira Baldwin and Madam Deschappells by Mrs. Fannie Baldwin, was well played and at once centered the attention of the audience. – Sixty Years of California Song by Margaret Blake-Alverson
  14. " Fannie give me an apron, and I'll make the gravy. – The Widow O'Callaghan's Boys by Gulielma Zollinger
  15. Dick inquired, after a hasty greeting to Mrs. Bentley, Laura Bentley, Belle Meade, Fannie Upham and Margery White, the latter four all Gridley High School girls. – The High School Boys' Fishing Trip by H. Irving Hancock
  16. My missus wus named Fannie – Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves, North Carolina Narratives, Part 2 by Work Projects Administration
  17. Fannie told him, and her name, also, and ventured to ask that, if he was going through Oaklands, he would be good enough to tell her uncle, who kept the livery stable, to send out for her. – People of the Whirlpool by Mabel Osgood Wright
  18. Her name was Fannie and I shall love the baby for her sake. – Dora Deane by Mary J. Holmes
  19. William married Phoebe Haliday, from Cobequid, and built on the place where I. C. Harper, of Sackville, now lives; Catherine married Gideon Palmer; Annie married Major Richard Wilson, a north of Ireland man; Fannie married Thomas King, and Charlotte married Bedford Boultonhouse. – The-Chignecto-Isthmus-and-its-first-settlers by Trueman, Howard
  20. I could kneel at your feet, whoever you may be, and bless you for coming here to tell me this; I never knew before how Fannie died. – Dora Deane by Mary J. Holmes

Rhymes for Fannie