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FRAT

Abbreviation for:
Falls Risk Assessment Tool, see there
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The bill eliminates 'levels' of physical violence and participation-whether a frat member is a bystander but does not stop his brothers from inflicting violence on neophytes.
A FRAT converts theory from the FAA's Risk Management Handbook into a practical tool.
People can better understand cancelling a flight when blaming the FRAT.
The need for change is being recognized by the nation's frats.
It was his way of exempting me from frat membership.
Frat assassins nowadays take pleasure in inflicting fatal injuries on neophytes.
Another fun scene involves the frat guys trying their hand at Robert de Niro impressions.
I don't want to sound too negative on the use of FRATs.
As such, it may be a suitable complement to FRATs and other pre- and in-flight tools.
Greek," about life among the frat brothers and sorority sisters at a typical American university, would feel right at home on a number of broadcast and cable networks (it's a natural, say, for The CW or Fox).
After along, fruitless initial search, co-directors Todd Phillips and Andrew Gurland (who previously produced the Al Goldstein doc "Screwed" together) found Beta Chi, a seemingly East Coast frat willing to let them shoot the process that new pledges go through.
The phone, now subject to digital forensic examination, could help establish the identities of the frat men in the first group, said Supt.