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frenum

 [fre´num] (pl. fre´na) (L.)
a restraining structure or part; see also frenulum.
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fre·na

(frē'nă),
Plural of frenum.
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frena

(frē′nə)
n.
A plural of frenum.
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frena

Plural of frenum, see there.
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fre·na

(frē'nă)
Plural of frenum.
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Meanwhile, those who have continued to pay claim they have suffered intimidation and harassment from FRENA members, while FRENA blames the death of eight activists in suspicious circumstances on Union Fenosa (UF).
SOURCE: "Nueva norma sobre transg?nicos en China frena el arribo de soja sudamericana a ese pa?s," Terra Communications System, Argentina (8 June 2001); Internet <http://www.invertia.com.ar/>.
Frena, George Frena, an operator of a BBS, was sued as a result of infringing photographic images that were displayed on his service.(23) For a fee, anyone could log on to his bulletin board service and look at these pictures.
Even more vitriolic was the revenge the agency exacted on Wayne Frena, a former OTS analyst whose was to testify before Congress in the 1990 Bluebonnet hearings.