from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Fraser, James Earle 1876-1953. American sculptor whose works include figures for the U.S. Supreme Court Building and the design for the buffalo nickel (1913).
- Fraser, Peter 1884-1950. Scottish-born New Zealand politician who helped found New Zealand's Labor Party (1916), served as prime minister (1940-1949), and was a planner of the United Nations (1945).
- Fraser, Simon 1776?-1862. American-born Canadian fur trader and explorer who navigated the Fraser River to its mouth (1806-1808) and established trading routes west of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A Scottish surname thought to be of Norman origin.
- proper n. A male given name transferred from the surname.
- proper n. A river in British Columbia that flows from the Rocky Mountains into the Strait of Georgia.
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FRASER: Yes, Andrea, this is Captain Fraser again.
At the close of 1904 Beryl Claridge made proposals to Honoria Fraser relative to a change in the constitution of _Fraser and Warren_.
KERRY FRASER (Referee): With the well-groomed Fraser set to hang up the blades, Doug Gilmour wants bitter Leafs fans to finally forgive the veteran zebra for missing Wayne Gretzky's high stick on him during the 1993 playoff series between the Leafs and Kings.
Colin Fraser is currently playing for Brent Sutter at Red Deer in the Western League and is their leading scorer.
As with the Cornhill, one of the best papers in Fraser is an abridgment of an old autobiography.
December, on which day Nigger Question (in 'Fraser') had come out with execrative shrieks from several people - J.S. Mill for one; who indeed had personally quite parted from me, a year or two before, I knew not and to this day know not why; nor in fact ever much inquired, since it was his silly pleasure, poor Mill!
But you carry the name Fraser now, so I’ll honor this farce of a marriage whether I like it or not.
Ironically, Fraser is already there with his casual BLD.
You may have seen my short novel "The Atrocity Archive", which Paul Fraser is currently serialising in Spectrum SF.
Plus Brendan Fraser is in it, and these days that might as well be a death sentence for any movie.