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Charles H., U.S. surgeon, 1870-1936. See: Frazier needle, Frazier-Spiller operation.
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The Fight of the Century' v Muhammad Ali, 1971 - The first time ever that two undefeated heavyweight champions went toe-to-toe, Frazier responded to Ali's pre-fight jibes by rocking his arch enemy in the 11th, before dropping him with a signature left hook in the final round.
Mr Frazier said: "The wine studio will serve to educate our trade customers and wine enthusiasts.
Mr Frazier said: "Our ethos is to buy well, sell well and educate and we hope the wine studio will serve to educate our trade customers and wine enthusiasts.
Frazier said the Seattle-based fund, which comes after a similar $377 million fund the company secured two years ago, will focus on seed and Series A funding for startups and, start investing in 2016.
It will be a killer and a chiller and a thriller when I get the gorilla in Manila" -- Ali, above, baits Frazier in the build-up.
Statue artist Stephen Layne recreated Frazier in mid-punch, depicting the moment after Frazier landed the punch that knocked down Muhammad Ali in the 15th round, on March 8, 1971.
Background: In 1983, Frazier graduated from Harding University with a bachelor's degree in business administration, later getting a master's degree in the same subject from the University of Wisconsin in Whitewater in 2000.
Frazier worked for Perry in Austin for six years, including during his 2012 presidential run.
Ali was his usual braggadocios self as he claimed the fight would be a 'Killa and a Thrilla and a Chilla, when I get that gorilla in Manila', while Frazier was confident that his brutal left-hook would once again prove to be the difference.
Frazier brings with him more than 18 years of management and sales experience, 13 of which were spent in the real estate industry specializing in real estate investments, as well as sales, and high-end rentals.
I knew I wanted to be a foreign correspondent," said Frazier, who grew up in Eugene and in the newspaper business; his father, Robert Frazier, who died in 1977, was a legendary editorial writer at The Register-Guard for 25 years.
Smokin' Joe Frazier is considered one of the greatest heavyweights of all time.