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frater

(ˈfreɪtə)
n
(Christian Churches, other) a mendicant friar or a lay brother in a monastery or priory
[C16: from Latin: brother]

frater

(ˈfreɪtə)
n
archaic a refectory
[C13: from Old French fraiteur, aphetic variant of refreitor, from Late Latin rēfectōrium refectory]
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Two men appeared in court last week in connection with the death of John Frater, 49, who lived in a city centre hostel, on September 4.
Any information please contact Kim Lang or Helen Frater on 0191 435 5292 during office hours.
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The headteacher of one of the schools returning to tradition, Wendy Frater, of Derby Moor Community Sports College, championed the smart look in the hope that it would create a more business-like atmosphere - improving behaviour and results in one go.
Michael Frater, the head of Telford & Wrekin Borough Council, said he was delighted and humbled to receive the honour for outstanding services to local government.
Gary Frater is unable to play and player-manager Peter Kirkham, who is himself a doubt, will name Frater''s replacement nearer kick-off.
Today it's the turn of Julia Frater, head of the area tourism partnership, visitTeesvalley.