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FRAT

Abbreviation for:
Falls Risk Assessment Tool, see there
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The script (by Varela-Luarca, with a workshop by the entire ensemble) carves out subtle, new paths for most of the neophytes, resulting in a more overwhelming big picture of frat life.
By their nature, FRATs consisting of a list of specific items and may not include all potential risks for a planned or ongoing flight.
The GAJSC identified FRAT and TEM as excellent strategies to mitigate aircraft upset.
Koepsell commends Clemson's decision to shut down frats for a review of its Greek culture and consequences, and he hopes both the positive and negative aspects of fraternity life are considered.
Sanchez maintains that one of the major senior influences in his life, who taught him the values of 'nobility, humility and discipline' in his youth, was a frat member.
A gold medalist amidst stranger-than-fiction documentaries, "Frat House" reveals an appalling indulgence of childish cruelty bordering on fascism at said age-old college institution.
Frat men themselves would explain the importance of initiation rites as necessary for bonds that can be formed only through shared experiences amid great difficulty.
They were hesitant about it at first, but with the members' assurance that they did not practice violent hazing, and knowing that Nilo Divina, the law dean, was a frat alumnus, Atio's parents allowed him to join.
Frat violence has been rationalized as necessary to building loyalty and devotion.
A smartphone may be the key to identifying more of the frat men behind last week's assault on four students from a rival group on the University of the Philippines campus in Diliman, Quezon City.
In law school years ago, I was tempted to join a big frat whose members talked about the prestige and benefits of being called Brod (for brother) by frat members.