Frazer

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Frazer, Pennsylvania
... Frazer is a community in East Whiteland Township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States ... Chester Springs Cossart Coventryville Daylesford Eagle Embreeville Ercildoun Frazer Hopewell Jennersville Kemblesville Kimberton Knauertown Landenberg Lower Hopewell ...
Lowell Frazer
... (Jim) Frazer is a mathematician who worked for the National Security Agency (NSA) in the field of cryptography ... ("Jim") Frazer founded modern cryptographic evaluation for the US government ... Frazer was a prolific writer of technical papers ...
Battle Of The Cumberland Gap (1863) - Battle
... Frazer and his 2,300-man garrison had little combat experience, yet they had the benefit of a strong natural defense ... Frazer's men supplemented this by digging their own trenches ... Buckner had given Frazer orders to hold the gap at all cost, yet when Buckner and all his troops were redeployed, no contingency had been formulated for retreat and therefore Frazer continued ...
Charles Frazer (Australian Politician)
... Charles Edward Frazer (2 January 1880 – 25 November 1913) was an Australian politician ... Frazer was born in Yarrawonga, Victoria and educated locally until he was 15, when he left for Western Australia during its goldrush ...
BMW 335 (1939–1941) - The Launch
... The car was branded for these purposes as a Frazer Nash ... Frazer Nash had been BMW’s English importers since 1934, and after the war BMW design chief Fritz Fiedler, the man primarily responsible for designing and developing the 335, would for several years ...

Famous quotes containing the word frazer:

    The awe and dread with which the untutored savage contemplates his mother-in-law are amongst the most familiar facts of anthropology.
    —Sir James George Frazer (1854–1941)

    The awe and dread with which the untutored savage contemplates his mother-in-law are amongst the most familiar facts of anthropology.
    —Sir James George Frazer (1854–1941)