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- n. Plural form of victimisation.
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The National Crime Victimisation Survey (NCVS) reported 691,710 nonfatal violent victimisations committed by current or former spouses, boyfriends, or girlfriends of the victims during 2001.
Like any parliament it needs to be more than a cockpit for competing victimisations.
Mr Tleane warned universities and technikons to "stop this practice", saying a moratorium should be placed on "exclusions and victimisations".
The issue of victimisations has also not been addressed, with staff travel still withdrawn from cabin crew who have participated in strike action and 60 union members are still suspended.
Hundreds of workers at Denso (Guangzhou Nansha), owned by a Toyota affiliate, stopped work on Monday, demanding a monthly pay rise of 800 yuan ($US118), the right to establish an independent trade union and a promise of no victimisations.
"This government is opposed to all forms of intimidations or victimisations.