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 n.— «LinkedIn claimed 47% of the UK’s web users are mixing their social and professional lives by accepting networking invitations from “frolleagues”—colleagues who send friendship requests.» —“LinkedIn warns social networkers about dangers of ‘frolleagues’” by Jemima Kiss Guardian (United Kingdom) Aug. 14, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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