Noun(1) a social club for male undergraduates(2) people engaged in a particular occupation
(1) She said that more than 50 per cent of the population thought hunting should continue, perhaps under licence, which the hunting fraternity would accept.(2) the ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity(3) They belong to the Greek Orthodox fraternity , which shares control over the church with other denominations but is the dominant force within the sacred site.(4) Many of the artisans and labourers supported the ideals of that revolution-liberty, equality and fraternity .(5) Hill walkers obviously lack the kind of influence wielded by the hunting fraternity .(6) Prior to the senior game going professional, the refereeing fraternity took on board that standards would have to keep pace with the new game and the Rugby Union Referees Panel was formed.(7) This, he said, had helped ease the poverty levels and called on the Church fraternity to emulate the Catholics' gesture.(8) The British converted it into an Anglican Church in 1795 and in 1949 it joined the fraternity of the Church of South India.(9) It was about differences. [Interruption] I say to the member opposite, who is ranting, that at that time there was difference between the religious fraternity .(10) The rest of the church fraternity in NZ becomes an easy target, an easy place to direct peoples anger.(11) His continued popularity as a writer is curious, given that he is widely acknowledged, within the historical fraternity , as decidedly second-rate.(12) Many noted that the fraternity served the churches through its inculcation of moral virtues and brotherly love.(13) Targeted populations include freshmen, sorority and fraternity members, and students who have been caught violating college alcohol policies.(14) In the cradle of liberty, equality and fraternity , a presidential candidate is accused of bigotry, intolerance and some say anti-Semitism.(15) members of the hunting fraternity(16) Genuine synthesis was never a feasible proposition given the Muslim religious fraternity 's profound horror and disdain of native traditions.
(1) universal fraternity :: frawdoliaeth cyffredinol
1. brotherhood ::
2. profession ::
3. society ::
4. frat ::
5. sodality ::
Different Formsfraternities, fraternity
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