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  • n. Plural form of fracas.

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Examples

  • But, almost to a one, they'd had all kind of fracases (fracii?) about school prayer and other nonsense.

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  • That's why ACS is encouraging all who are concerned about an effective, efficient judicial system to follow the situation closely at JudicialNominations. org, and to become engaged in saving our courts from pitched, unnecessary and harmful political fracases.

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  • The fracases meant a loss of money and perhaps of life and equipment.

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  • Frustrated with his role in the various fracases, Charlie was more than willing to discuss with me the most memorable of his forays into zombie hunting after a Charlie Watts Orchestra rehearsal at Resident Studios in London in March 2007.

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  • One of the genuinely great fracases in Manhattan real estate history has finally ended, but with a whimper.

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  • Since the Mukasey and telecom immunity fracases DiFi has been polishing her "mavericky" credentials.

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  • While misleading viewers about minor fracases blew up in NBC's face, practically shrugging off major polarizing issues seemingly did little harm.

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  • Currently in China, there are to big fracases going on that have the populace irritable.

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  • On the subject of the University we cannot help wishing that a change will one day be adopted which will put an end to the foolish bickering between the government and the students, which almost every year breaks out into those uncomfortable fracases which are called ‘Rebellions.’

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  • I don't even care if we have to have, you know, political fracases or partisan disagreements, as long and we're finding a way to get something done on immigration reform, or health care costs, on pension reform.

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