The end of an icon.Frederic Frederic may refer to:
tr.v. a·dorned, a·dorn·ing, a·dorns
1. To lend beauty to: "the pale mimosas that adorned the favorite promenade" Ronald Firbank.
2. posters and magazine advertisements for Daisy air rifles in the 1940s, died this March, at 74. In a 1947 photo, a young Gaynor stood before a blue sky, wearing rolled up blue jeans blue jeans also blue·jeans
Clothes, especially pants, made of blue denim.
blue jeans npl → tejanos mpl; vaqueros mpl
and smiling as he grasped a Daisy air rifle in one hand. "A painting of the photograph was first used in 1947 for a cover of the company's annual report, and later in advertisements that featured the company's American Boys Bill of Rights," the Miami Herald reports. Says Joe Murfin, Daisy vice president, "I think what made him more or less an icon in Daisy's advertising is that he is a very wholesome whole·some
adj. whole·som·er, whole·som·est
1. Conducive to sound health or well-being; salutary: simple, wholesome food; a wholesome climate.
2. boy from the '40s."