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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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Australian former Olympic champion Dawn Fraser reflected nervousness among some foreigners when she voiced concerns the event could be hit by an attack similar to the massacre of athletes at the Munich Olympics in 1972.
The issue of security at the Games has been raised again by Australian swimming legend Dawn Fraser, who called on her country to boycott the event because she fears athletes will be put in danger by attending.
SWIMMING legend Dawn Fraser's appeal to boycott the Delhi Games was on Thursday shot down by Commonwealth Games Federation ( CGF) president Mike Fennell, who claimed that lack of information prompted the Australian to make such remarks.
The winners were picked by 46 Academy members Giacomo Agostini, Marcus Allen, Severiano Ballesteros, Franz Beckenbauer, Boris Becker, Ian Botham, Sergey Bubka, Bobby Charlton, Sebastian Coe, Nadia Comaneci, Yaping Deng, Marcel Desailly, Kapil Dev, David Douillet, Emerson Fittipaldi, Sean Fitzpatrick, Dawn Fraser, Cathy Freeman, Tanni Grey-Thompson, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Mika Hkkinen, Tony Hawk, Mike Horn, Miguel Indurain, Michael Johnson, Kip Keino, Franz Klammer, Dan Marino, John McEnroe, Edwin Moses (Chairman), Nawal El Moutawakel, Robby Naish, Ilie Nastase, Martina Navratilova, Alexey Nemov, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Morn du Plessis, Hugo Porta, Vivian Richards, Monica Seles, Mark Spitz, Daley Thompson, Alberto Tomba, Steve Waugh and Katarina Witt.
Among the electorate Labor's ascendancy was challenged by independents, such as Dawn Fraser in 1988, and the Greens.
It is clear that Dawn Fraser had a major influence on this newspaper, for in the years between 1921 and 1926, thirty-four of his verses were published in The Maritime Labour Herald.
1962: Australian swimmer Dawn Fraser set a record when she became the first woman to swim 100m in under a minute.
He followed up with period drama "Break of Day," suspenser "Summerfield" and "Dawn!," a biopic of Aussie swimming champion Dawn Fraser. Returning to England, he directed "Day of the Triffids," "Lovejoy," "Minder" and "The Bill."
Meanwhile, a local scribe such as Cape Breton's Dawn Fraser, poised between the oral traditions of his community and the opportunities for print circulation, identified himself with radical agitations and documented local episodes in the class struggle, some of it collected in the original 1926 edition of Echoes from Labor's War.
"Charlie" Daniels (swimmer, USA), Gertrude Ederie (swimmer, USA), Dawn Fraser (swimmer, Australia), Beulah Gundling (aquatic arts, USA), Jamison Handy (contributor, USA), Duke Kahanamoku (swimmer, USA), Adolph Kiefer (swimmer, USA), Robert Kiphuth (coach, USA), Kusuo Kitamura (swimmer, Japan), Commodore Wilbert E.
After announcing that his wife was ill, he asked Australian swimming great Dawn Fraser to take her seat beside him in the stand.
In what year did Dawn Fraser become the first woman to swim 100 metres in under one minute?