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Synonyms for Freemason

a member of a widespread secret fraternal order pledged to mutual assistance and brotherly love

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The Freemasons, for many years now, have had a strong link with this building and that is why we chose to get involved with Open Treasure.
Coun Crookes said: "It was a very colourful and happy event and an excellent example of the tremendous amount of support Freemasons give to their local communities.
Her call follows a ruling by the Local Government Standards Board in England, that membership of the Freemasons must be declared under the Councillors' Code of Conduct.
Cash from the Liverpool and Isle of Man Freemasons will be used to buy a new imaging system to compare diseased and healthy pancreas to tackle pancreatitis and pancreatic cancer.
Lodge member John Gledhill, said: "Yorkshire, West Riding Freemasons are noted for their tremendous fund-raising efforts and their major charity also supports many worthy causes in local communities, including the Yorkshire Air Ambulance, hospices and skate parks.
The Cayman banker and Freemason held the key to the Ansbacher deposits which defrauded Ireland's tax authorities out of millions for almost two decades.
CHIP (Child Identification Program), which is sponsored by the Freemasons, is an identification program that has been implemented in 20 states for many years.
Freemasons believed that their Lodges were not just fraternal gathering places but functioning models of the universe itself, like the temples of Solomon and Ancient Egypt.
who threw out the first pitch on the day of the series, had urged all Freemasons of Pennsylvania to come and celebrate the occasion and they did
For the last 12 months, the Freemasons have been running an appeal in support of Durham Cathedral's Open Treasure project - a PS10m programme of works, set to transform some of the cathedral's most historic buildings.
Judy Tadman and fellow members with lathe donated to Birstall Woodturners Club, Station Road, Mirfield, by West Yorkshire Freemasons |
1 Freemasons held it's Charter first from the British next the French and then the United States (New York) and finally from Michigan.
DURING M h C DURING March Coventry Freemasons presented cheques to the value of PS1,575 to local scouts to help them with their fundraising initiatives.
BIRMINGHAM Freemasons will be handing over thousands to charity.
A Birmingham hospice has received more than PS4,500 from the Warwickshire lodge of the Freemasons.