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frater

A common eating room in a monastery.
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Without big three: 5-2M Burns, 5 M Frater, WDix, 6 D Atkins, 7 F Obikwelu, R Thompson, 10 C Martina, D Patton, J Ndure, 14 D Brown, 20 K Collins, S Francis, 25 O Fasuba, 50 C Pickering, S Williamson, T Edgar.
Mrs Frater said: "I believe that having the uniform will help pupils to be professional and help them with their learning.
Mr Frater said his award was a tribute to everyone at the council.
88 seconds, a season's best, ahead of Michael Frater of Jamaica and defending champion Kim Collins, who both clocked 10.
The event is the result of months of hard work by Julie Frater, who runs the Facebook page, Wallsend Memories and Photographs, and a group of pals nicknamed the "Esso Four".
NORTHUMERLAND farmer Matthew Frater is heading to Africa for a major agricultural conference.
Julia Frater, head of visitTeesvalley, said: "Odin's Glow will be a visual spectacular and we wanted to celebrate this landmark cultural event by unearthing a little bit more about our own history and how the Vikings shaped the Tees Valley.
BUSINESS as usual, but with better contacts and greater financial security: that was the message from Steve Frater, MD of The Global Draw on news that US-based Scientific Games (ex-Autotote) had agreed to buy the company for $ 183m (pounds 102m), with an earn- out clause relating to future performance.
CU spokesman Mr Ian Frater said: "This is a common problem in concentrated areas where there has been a lot of weather damage.