comradeship


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the quality of affording easy familiarity and sociability

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Don't they realize that the salutation ``Hi, babe'' is an endearing, friendly, buddy, comradeship kind of greeting that is heard and said by millions of people all over our overly sensitive, quick-to-file-sexual-harassment-lawsuit country?
Their spirit and comradeship was typical of miners throughout the world.
Truly a great show of comradeship to the passing of a great man.
THE RAF Police Association was formed in 1984 to enable serving and retired members of the RAF Police and associated trades and branches to meet together with the aim of fostering good fellowship and advancing the spirit of comradeship formed during service with the Royal Air Force Police.
But there will be no room for comradeship at Murrayfield tomorrow as New Zealand bid to extend an unbeaten record against the Scots which now stretches to 23 games.
Those who have qualified as military aircrew and would like to meet up with other ex-aircrew to once again experience the comradeship of their service days would be most welcome in the Birmingham branch.
We are seeing, in the aftermath of a disaster, the comradeship of the world, not as individual countries but as one.
The comradeship of sport has been one of its greatest virtues.
Join because you will be able to meet and mix with similar people who have probably been through the same experience that you have and have benefitted from one or more of our activities and the comradeship that the group offers.
It is important in terms of comradeship between individuals, in terms of international links.
Fighting talk, but hardly the "one for all, all for one" comradeship that Dumas portrayed in his novel.
GEORGE Bush poses with Israel leader Ehud Olmert in a gesture of comradeship before hitting out at the Jewish state's Middle East enemies yesterday.
You won't, however, hear that from many of the thousands of men who did National Service and gained a rich understanding of brotherhood, comradeship and, most importantly, discipline.
There's a great sense of comradeship from the Normandy campaign.
Sue, a theatre nurse at UHW, added: 'I enjoy the variety of activities and comradeship about the TA and I think it increases my leadership ability, fitness and confidence.