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  • n  associating with others in a brotherly or friendly way; especially with an enemy

  • The plain fact was that non-fraternization was sound in purpose, unenforceable in practice.
  • Though France's military activity is greater than ever before, the army officers for the most part execute De Gaulle's fraternization policies faithfully.
  • They planned to drop the adultery and fraternization charges, the focus of all the public outrage, in order to deny Flinn the high ground in the media wars.
Quotes

  • Sheldon Silver in Tonawanda News
    Your conduct exhibited a profound lack of respect or appreciation for the appropriate and positive role the Policy (against member-intern fraternization) envisions,Silver wrote.
  • George Dalaras in Today's Zaman
    My grandmother was from Smyrna [now Ä°zmir]. Together with the bitterness, we accepted the joy of the songs, the culture, the principles of peace, the fraternization and a common life,Dalaras says, referring to the time when his family had to...
  • Willie Randolph in Newsday
    We fought. We literally fought each other,Randolph said. "Nowadays, players don't really feel it. [You see] fraternization and kissy-face going on. You can't have a rivalry and have that stuff going on." "Just look at the names!"

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