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Use "fraternisation" in a sentence
"Yet the hope of "fraternisation" has nearly always been in vain."
"Thanks to the collapse of the Russian armies and "fraternisation," Germany has occupied Riga."
"How can one fail to understand that this fraternisation, with all its razzle-dazzle, is an insult to everything new the recent insurrections have been able to bring to an Arab world crushed under the yoke--an insult to the youth of Tahrir Square in Cairo, who demonstrated for weeks on end without uttering the shadow of an anti-western, anti-American, or anti-Israeli slogan?"