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- n. Plural form of fraternization.
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So far, this show has become laissez faire or anarchic with the CSIs giving attitude to the IAB, showing unwanted emotions, the whole Eric/Calleigh vomit-inducing fraternizations, Horatio babying their troubles and screw-ups, and promptly assuming things about victims and suspects The stupid judgements of Calleigh and the M.E. of that dead mom in Point Of Impact.
However, since he has an overwhelming repugnance for fraternizations among the household staff, as well as an obsessive commitment to his work, he is at a loss at how to express his feelings.
I know that in Ontario you are very strong in the following sectors -- bio-techs, new technologies, information systems, etc. -- so I would be glad if we could arrange partnerships or cross fraternizations between companies in Ontario and companies in France in these sectors.