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Fraser British & World English

A river of British Columbia. It rises in the Rocky Mountains and flows in a wide curve 1,360 km (850 miles) into the Strait of Georgia, just south of Vancouver

Fraser, Dawn British & World English

(B.1937), Australian swimmer. She won the Olympic gold medal for the 100 metres freestyle in 1956, 1960, and 1964, the first competitor to win the same title at three successive Olympics

Fraser, Malcolm British & World English

(B.1930), Australian Liberal statesman, Prime Minister 1975–83; full name John Malcolm Fraser. He was the youngest-ever Australian MP when elected in 1955

Fraser fir British & World English

A North American fir tree, occurring primarily in the mountains of Virginia, Tennessee, and North Carolina

Stirling, Sir James Fraser British & World English

(1926–92), Scottish architect. Working at first in a brutalist style, he became known for his use of geometric shapes and coloured decoration in public buildings such as the Neuestaatsgalerie in Stuttgart (1977)

John Malcolm Fraser in Fraser, Malcolm British & World English

(B.1930), Australian Liberal statesman, Prime Minister 1975–83; full name John Malcolm Fraser. He was the youngest-ever Australian MP when elected in 1955

Fraser New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

river of British Columbia