Fraser


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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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"When asked about the cards Fraser told her they belonged to his sister and managed to buy the products."
Raphael Sauleau, CEO Of Fraser, said: "Together with the Azimut|Benetti Group family, the world's largest yacht constructor for the last 19 years, Fraser has enjoyed a market share of over 24 per cent in terms of the value of yachts sold and almost 20 per cent worldwide share in terms of the number of yachts sold above 24 metres (79 feet) over the last five years.
Asked about interest from Premier League giants and the potential sell-on boost for the Dons, Fraser said: "The likelihood is I will be at Bournemouth for another year.
Fraser details the frustrations of being a participant in coalition warfare, wherein cooperation often has the smoothness of 40-grit sandpaper.
"I would like to thank Fraser's victims for their patience while we built up our evidence, they have all shown phenomenal strength.
Mr Ashley, who also owns Newcastle United, has pledged to save around 47 of House of Fraser's 59 outlets since buying the chain.
Frasers Hospitality entered the Middle East with Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain in 2009 and its portfolio has expanded to include Fraser Suites Diplomatic Area Bahrain, Fraser Suites Doha, Fraser Suites West Bay, Doha, Fraser Suites Riyadh, and Fraser Suites Dubai.
"For the year ended 28 January 2017 (the last date to which statutory accounts are available for the parent company of the Operating Companies and prior to the appointment of the administrators), the House of Fraser group had gross assets of [pounds sterling]946.3m and made [pounds sterling]14.7m net profit."
House of Fraser says the restructuring which these CVAs enable is essential to both securing the company's future and accessing new capital from international retailer C.banner.