fraternize


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HAVE IT come to light that you fraternize with Birdo
Masum said in a telegram of congratulations, that the Muslims receives in all over the world the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad bin Abdullah, which is a great occasion to celebrate and to evoke the highest values that came in the heavenly message and the work of the prophet to consolidate in order to move the nation and human to a society in which human beings fraternize on justice, love and peace "values.
When the Germans in front of them tried to fraternize and leave their trenches, the Seaforths warned that they would shoot.
Fests not afraid of heavily atmospheric fare will fraternize.
When officials learned in early May that the cast members from the show would be filmed in an apartment building where some of its students live, they immediately sent an email warning students not to fraternize with the cast or crew.