fraternisation


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Noun1.fraternisation - associating with others in a brotherly or friendly way; especially with an enemy
association - the act of consorting with or joining with others; "you cannot be convicted of criminal guilt by association"
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Soldiers like Private Buckley (Adam Nagaitis) enforce a no fraternisation rule amongst convicts such as Elizabeth Quinn (Myanna Buring), Tommy Barrett (Julian Rhind Tutt) and James Freeman (Russell Tovey) who arrive in the unforgiving new land of New South Wales after a gruelling sea voyage
Soldiers like Private Buckley (Adam Nagaitis) enforce a no fraternisation rule amongst convicts such as Elizabeth Quinn (Myanna Buring), Tommy |Barrett (Julian Rhind Tutt) and James Freeman (Russell Tovey) who arrive in the unforgiving new land of New South Wales after a gruelling sea voyage
Le ministre iranien des Affaires etrangeres, Mohammad Javad Zarif, a indique, jeudi dernier, a Alger, que son pays appreciait hautement le role de l'Algerie dans la fraternisation des pays musulmans et des pays non alignes.
His trips were highly criticised, with some people saying his fraternisation with the North Korean dictator meant he was condoning him.
Although fraternisation between opposing forces was strictly forbidden it was ignored in some areas of the front line and both sides joined together to celebrate Christmas.
A junior French officer, Charles de Gaulle, had, on December 7 warned that such fraternisation was occurring and, in his opinion, was the consequence of long periods of enforced inactivity.
Recalling the fraternisation at state agencies on Tuesday, after exchanges of teargas and petrol bombs the day before, hundreds of female officers replaced riot police at the barricades and waved goodbye to the protesters as both sides chanted "Long live the king
However, there are also concerns about occupational hazards and the fraternisation between male and female officers that may obstruct their call of duty.
Let's get rid of the fraternisation between referees and players as it leads to decisions not being respected.
According to reports, all female soldiers are pregnancy tested before they leave Australia and fraternisation is banned on operations.
While many National Trust visitors often speculate that they may have links to the servants' quarters of Britain's great houses, it is believed a very large number actually have strong ties to 'Upstairs' not 'Downstairs' - or possibly, given centuries of clandestine fraternisation between the two, both.