Frater added: "The three core businesses are all leading players in their own right.
What does FRA stand for?
FRA stands for Frater (Latin: brother)
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We have 183 other meanings of FRA in our Acronym Attic
- Försvarets Radioanstalt (Swedish: Defense Radio Establishment)
- Forward Rate Agreement
- Forward Repair Activity
- Forward/Future Rate Agreement
- Foundation Repair Association (construction)
- Framingham (Amtrak station code; Framingham, MA)
- Franconian (linguistics)
- Frankfurt, Germany - Frankfurt International (Airport Code)
- Franklin Road Academy (Nashville, Tennessee)
- Fredericksburg Regional Alliance
- Frente Radical Alfarista (Spanish: Radical Alfarista Front, Ecuador)
- Frequency Response Analysis
- Front Range Airport
- Frost Resistance Aura (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Fuel Rack Actuator
- Fugitive Recovery Agent
- Full Retirement Age (SSA)
- Functional Requirements Allocation
- Fund for Rural America
Samples in periodicals archive:
Bolt, along with fellow Jamaican sprinters Nesta Carter, Michael Frater and Asafa Powell broke the world record for the 4 x 100 meter relay, resulting in another gold medal.
NORTHUMERLAND farmer Matthew Frater is heading to Africa for a major agricultural conference.
Powell was earlier a no-show at a Jamaican team press conference and teammate Michael Frater let slip that something was awry.
Julia Frater lost her job as head of visitTeesvalley when the organisation folded in January.
Frater agrees, saying Cannes plays an important role by not only screening the arthouse films which are staples at such festivals all over the world but also offering Asia's more commercial films a chance to be seen by international audiences and distributors.
It's disappointing, therefore, to see Llanelli manager Andy Legg blame 18-year-old Craig Frater for the goal which led to his team's 1-0 defeat at The New Saints on Sunday.
In his absence Lerone Clarke, Michael Frater, Steve Mullings and Dwight Thomas were left to carry the baton around, with Frater as the only Olympic gold medal winner from Beijing on the track, but it was far from convincing.