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Fra·ser

(frā'zĕr),
George R., 20th-century British geneticist. See: Fraser syndrome.

Fra·ser

(frā'zĕr),
Alexander, Canadian pathologist, 1869-1939. See: Fraser-Lendrum stain for fibrin.
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Sanpower bought House of Fraser in 2014, but the deal has since proved illfated for the Chinese giant, with UK trading under pressure and little success in its plans to launch department stores worldwide.
Other minority shareholders in House of Fraser include Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley.
It is this element of Fraser which McIntosh appears to rue is so little comprehended--the Fraser who mixed with the other 'generals' shouldering the creation of the United Nations (and its specialised agencies) and of the new Commonwealth.
JUNE 1, 2001 Glenn Lucas, another pal of Fraser, is held on suspicion of involvement in Arlene's murder and later charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice.
Fraser and Stuart were my Bears - Fraser after the famous shop bear and because they both loved Bear Grylls.
In his latest filings with the Texas Ethics Commission, Fraser reported holding at least 12,500 - and as many as 45,991 - shares of stock in oilfield operators, refiners or service providers.
Closing at 90 knots and 30ft above the sea, Fraser was surprised that the Italians did not fire at him and he dropped his "fish" from 500 yards on their starboard bow.
Callum Fraser changed their "Callum Fraser changed their terms of service to force customers terms of service to force customers to leave, wi thout refunding to leave, wi thout refunding their fees.
Chris Morgan, managing director of Mobile Mini UK, said: "Our acquisition of Fraser is part of our growth strategy in the UK, which includes strengthening our container hire business and extending our reach into new market sectors such as retail and education.
Frasers Hospitality is building on its Middle East growth and is on target to add six more properties to the region by 2015.
The book has a distinct and consistent message: Malcolm Fraser was always a liberal; he never left the Liberal Party; rather, the Liberal Party left him.
Fraser Health is committed to working collaboratively with the Fraser Salish Regional Caucus to improve Aboriginal health services delivered within the Fraser region.