Frege distinguishes the two elements of meaning and denotation everywhere, and not only in complex denoting phrases. Thus it is the meanings of the constituents of a denoting complex that enter into its meaning, not their denotation. In the proposition `Mont Blanc is over 1,000 meters high', it is, according to him, the meaning of `Mont Blanc', not the actual mountain, that is a constituent of the meaning of the proposition. [BR]