(n.) An association for any purpose, as a society of monks; a fraternity.
(n.) The whole body of persons engaged in the same business, -- especially those of the same profession; as, the legal or medical brotherhood.
(n.) Persons, and, poetically, things, of a like kind.
(1) Before issuing the ruling, the judge Shaban El-Shamy read a lengthy series of remarks detailing what he described as a litany of ills committed by the Muslim Brotherhood, including “spreading chaos and seeking to bring down the Egyptian state”.
(2) They are saying they have paid with their blood and they do not want to retreat," said Saad el-Hosseini, a senior Brotherhood politician.
(3) Scaf criticised the Muslim Brotherhood for its premature announcement of the results and stated it was "one of the main causes of division and confusion prevailing the political arena".
(4) But Abul Fotouh, an independent Islamist and Brotherhood renegade, also appeals to many liberals and supporters of the revolution, as well as some Salafists.
(5) The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's largest organised political movement, added its voice to the chorus of discontent, accusing Scaf of contradicting 'all human, religious and patriotic values' with their callousness and warning that the revolution that overthrew former president Hosni Mubarak earlier this year was able to rise again.
(6) Egypt's government has been unable to provide evidence linking the Brotherhood to the attack.
(7) Abul Fotouh would be more likely to win, since Morsi could only count on the Brotherhood's votes.
(8) Such terrorism, they claim, is led or incited by the Muslim Brotherhood.
(9) Officials and almost all media outlets say Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood is a terrorist group that is behind all attacks on the Egyptian state – but have thus far provided no evidence of their involvement.
(10) Prosecutors said he would now face additional charges connected to an alleged collaboration with the Palestinian group Hamas and Lebanon's Hezbollah, two groups that, like Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood, are adherents to political Islam.
(11) "Qatar is using the Brotherhood to promote its own interests.
(12) Reports from the scenes of Muslim Brotherhood and Freedom and Justice Party rallies conveyed a dour mood in Cairo, while active clashes were reported in both coastal cities and upper Egypt.
(13) He presents Egypt's most popular TV programme, al-Bernameg ( "the programme" ), which scrutinises the failings of the Islamists and has made him a leading opponent of President Mohamed Morsi and an enemy of the Muslim Brotherhood.
(14) In addition, all the defendants had been accused of support for the Muslim Brotherhood, a group associated with anti-semitism – although many say they had nothing to do with the brotherhood or the murder.
(15) The war on civil society has come in two forms, with the main target being the Muslim Brotherhood.
(16) It was, in a critical sense, our nation’s baptism of fire – and 8,000 Australians didn’t come back.” Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, sought to underline the theme of reconciliation: “The sons of nations who fought each other on opposing sides 100 years ago will gather under the same roof to convey the message of peace and brotherhood to the world,” he said.
(17) Another spanner in the Brotherhood's works was the recent decision by the supreme constitutional court to dissolve parliament, in which it was the majority bloc through its political arm, the Freedom and Justice party.
(18) The Brotherhood's Libyan incarnation won only 10% of the vote in last year's congressional elections, but gained support with its campaign to mandate wholesale purges of Gaddafi-era officials.
(19) Any application for special mission status is considered on its overall merits and may be accepted or refused on legal or policy grounds.” Lord Macdonald, the former director of public prosecutions who is acting for Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood as well as the FJP, said: “There is strong evidence [Sisi] is guilty of serious and very public crimes, including the mass shooting of demonstrators, forced disappearances, kidnappings, torture, the organisation of farcical trials involving mass sentences of death.
(20) A few months after the arms deal rebuff the prime minster announced a review of the Brotherhood’s activities in the UK.
(n.) The state or quality of being fraternal or brotherly; brotherhood.
(n.) A body of men associated for their common interest, business, or pleasure; a company; a brotherhood; a society; in the Roman Catholic Chucrch, an association for special religious purposes, for relieving the sick and destitute, etc.
(n.) Men of the same class, profession, occupation, character, or tastes.
(1) An experiment was conducted to test effects of prenatal and postnatal fraternity size (size of litter in which an individual develops prenatally or is reared postnatally) on ovarian development in mice.
(2) The formation of close fraternal relations is of great importance for the personality development of the children as well as of their parents and for the relations arising between brothers and sisters with advancing age.
(3) The illegal trade in natural resources is depriving developing economies of billions of dollars in lost revenues and lost development opportunities, while benefiting a relatively small criminal fraternity,” says the UN .
(4) The collective critical moo-ing that greets the arrival of each new screen instalment of the Twilight series says more about how out of touch the film-reviewing fraternity is with a certain section of the movie-going audience than it does about the films themselves.
(5) To call for liberty, equality or fraternity is a rallying call to arms.
(6) Let us always pray for us, one for the other, let us pray for the whole world, so that there may be a great fraternity.
(7) We believe correction of alcohol abuse and addiction by college students must focus, at least in part, on social organizations, especially fraternities and sororities.
(8) Racism at Harvard: months after protests began, students demand concrete change Read more “Although the fraternities, sororities and final [single-sex] clubs are not formally recognized by the college,” Faust wrote in an open letter to dean Rakesh Khurana , “they play an unmistakable and growing role in student life, in many cases enacting forms of privilege and exclusion at odds with our deepest values.
(9) The fraternal twins, i.e., the girl operated upon and her brother, have been followed for 5 years and are without any complaints.
(10) In Boston was performed the first successful isograft between identical twins (1954) the first successful allograft between fraternal twins (1959) and the first successful allograft from a cadaveric donor (1962).
(11) Meanwhile at the University of Oklahoma - in a state which wants to expunge its racist history from its history classes - video leaked of a fraternity singing racists chants which would have been at home in the film Birth of A Nation (if sound had only been in movies a hundred years ago).
(12) His 1895 will said it should go to those promoting "fraternity between nations", the abolition or reduction of standing armies, or the formation and spreading of peace congresses.
(13) Several tests related to lipid metabolism were made on the serum and urine of a fraternal twin with FMF during attacks and remission.
(14) Rolling Stone is walking back and apologizing for an explosive article it published about rape at the University of Virginia, admitting there “now appear to be discrepancies” in the key story in the article, about a woman who alleges that she was the victim of a calculated gang rape that took place by members of a fraternity at the school.
(15) Reasons relating partly to Spain's recent history and partly to the nature of its health system have kept the discipline from attracting the support and collaboration of much of the nation's medical fraternity.
(16) Prenatal fraternity size negatively affected average pup weight at birth (P less than .05) but had little subsequent effect on growth or reproduction.
(17) Number of sleep spindles and sleep spindle density showed almost concordance between identical twin pairs and one fraternal pair (No.
(18) The Russian president continued: "Ukraine is not only our closest neighbour it is our fraternal neighbour.
(19) Audio-taped interviews recorded in the Gottesman-Shields schizophrenic twin series (17 pairs of identical twins, 14 pairs of fraternal same-sex twins, and 12 unpaired twins) were rated for level of hedonic capacity.
(20) Miliband called for a "fraternal" contest for all candidates who put their names forward.