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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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Hotel chains Premier Inns and Travelodge have both recently entered a recession-induced price war, which, while depressing prices generally, at least attracted more visitors to the Tees Valley, said Ms Frater. The full impact of the downturn will become clear later this week, following the latest bi-monthly industry forums which bring together 50 operators from the B& B, hotel and self-catering sectors alongside venue and events managers.
Julia Frater has set up Bon-Amis, an organisation for single people who feel they are too busy to organise their own social life or who are simply looking to mix in new social circles.
In Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jamaican international Kevaughn Frater scored his 14th of the season to help New Mexico United grab a share of the points in a 2-2 draw with LA Galaxy II at Isotopes Park.
WINNER | STOKER FRATER TENANT farmer Stoker Frater runs an agricultural contracting business in partnership with his brother and son.
Paul Frater, 33, of Alnwick Road, Blackley, admitted burglary and was jailed for two years and two months.
As CEO, Frater will set the overall enterprise vision and strategic direction of the company.
In his new role, Frater will set the company's overall enterprise vision and strategic direction.
Frater has served on Fannie Mae's Board since 2016.
Callum Frater, 21, was told he might not make it to the hospital as he was put into an ambulance, Teesside Crown Court heard.
Hippo's newly-named board members: Victoria Treyger, Chief Revenue Officer at Kabbage, an online financial technology company; and Hugh Frater, Chairman of VEREIT, a national real estate investment company.
Poppy Frater, a sheep and grassland specialist from SAC Consulting, part of SRUC Scotland's Rural College, was the key speaker at the meetings.