barrat

barrat

(ˈbærət)
n
1. fraudulent dealings
2. distress; grief
3. strife; quarrelling
vb (intr)
archaic to quarrel
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Ange, the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture accompanied by Benjamine Rose, the Principal Secretary for Culture met Fred Barrat, the Chairman of the Cascade District Administration and the Cascade District Heritage Fund Committee to discuss the tourism potential of the heritage sites of the District.
Having worked with NECC for a number of years to recruit and train apprentices, InDental is currently training four NECC app1rentices - Danielle Weirs, Zara Aguiar, Sophie Barrat and Nicola McKitten.
Dr Paul Barrat, a consultant pathologist at the University Hospital of North Durham, said: "The injuries present were more in keeping with when the body is struck at a low level of speed.
Touchdowns came from Sebastian Davies (3), Ronan Barrat (2), Ben Simmonds (2), Rhodri Thomas, Kieron Lane, Jake Roberts, Matt Marley and Will Bevan.
You'll either love or hate this comedy series written by Charlie Brooker and Chris Morris and starring Julian Barrat.
Since then, she has been seen on the arm of hairdresser Jon Barrat.
Barrat, Chairman and CEO, Northern Trust's Western Region, at LACMA in conjunction with the first day tickets are made available for public sale.
The event, which was held at the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, had a panel of six judges: Monin's Andrea Fidora (head judge); Zuma bar manager Jimmy Barrat (sensory judge); Fresh Express brand manager Lasanthi de Silva (sensory judge); Atelier M bar manager Tomas Dundulis (sensory judge); MMI beverage training manager Nick Ord (sensory judge); Jose Cuervo brand ambassador Hirman Asnadi (technical judge); Patiala bar manager Archie Avinante (technical judge).
Barrat and Hitachi believe it is the first product of its kind to enable parents to raise large sums of money to help their children buy a property, without them having to remortgage or take out a second charge loan on their own home.
They are Graham Carter, 24, of North Leigh, Tanfield Lea, Stanley, County Durham, Raymond Anthony Galbraith, 34, of Broad Park, Wardley, Gateshead, Trevor Reed, 43, of Fairhills Avenue, Dipton, County Durham, Rob Dixon, 24, of Parkside, Tanfield Lea, Stanley, County Durham, Anthony Hamilton, 34, of St Julian's Garden, Cochrane Park, Newcastle, Simon Chollerton, 38, of High Street, Tow Low, County Durham, James Mullarky, 23, of Hall Terrace, Gateshead, Mark Barrat, 32, of Lichfield Crescent, Gateshead, John Wood, 24, of Broadoak, Wardley, Gateshead, and Richard Carter, 36, of Sydney Terrace, Tanfield Lea, Stanley.
Well-paced, tense Western, starring Randolph Scott, Dorothy Malone, Peggie Castle, John Dehner, Lane Chandler, William Ching and Robert Barrat.
Pat Howells, Kris Barry, Luke Egan, Nicky Kelly, Grant Thomson, Dominic Powell, Aaron Fowler and Llywd Barrat for the Rocks.