frape

frape

(freɪp)
adj
dialect Southwest English tightly bound
[see frap]

frape

(freɪp)
vb
(Telecommunications) to alter information in a person's profile on a social networking website without his or her permission
n
(Telecommunications) the practice of altering information in a person's profile on a social networking website without his or her permission
[from Facebook +rape1]

Frape

 a crowd, 1330; an unruly mob. See also rabble,
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This led Paul Frape from Kirkcaldy Wizards to reach out and offer guidance and advice for the 10k and running in general."
Frape et al [27] found that early growth rate of weaning pigs was influenced by dietary nutrients but it did not affect the chemical compositions of the carcass in finishing pigs.
Frape, "The persistence of a large stagnation zone in a developed regional aquifer, southwestern Ontario," Canadian Geotechnical Journal, vol.
Justin Frape has developed a fascination with a strange potion that's sold in tiny apothecary bottles.
1993), or (3) crystalline rocks as recorded in the Canadian Shield (Frape and Fritz 1987).
Some changes in the definitions of words includes, 'husband' (a man to whom someone is married) and 'wife' (a woman to whom someone is married) which now include gay marriages, while 'frape' (altering someone's personal details on social media without their knowledge) and 'schemie' (a working class youth from a council estate) are the other additions to the dictionary.
Frape To alter the personal details on a social media site without the owner's knowledge.
David Kelly, Dean Jetson, Richard Frape, Morgan Sindall
3 French Hens 25ml Appleton Estate VX rum, 50ml Advocaat (egg liqueur), 15ml Kahlua Shake and strain, and serve in a brandy glass frape, then garnish with a cinnamon stick.
Frape holds advanced degrees and certifications in veterinary health and has published several works on the subject.