confidant


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close friend

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one in whom secrets are confided

a person whom one knows well, likes, and trusts

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someone to whom private matters are confided

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The President is keeping things close to his chest and he is the person who will make the decision about announcing the date for the polls," the confidant said.
In a resolution received by the OBC last April 25 but made public Tuesday, the high court said it approved the "negotiation by the Bar Confidant with the UST for the use of the latter's campus and facilities for the subject Bar Examinations.
The Office of the Bar Confidant made the recommendation after the Sangguniang Panglungsod of Cebu City made the request that a Bar examination be conducted outside of Metro Manila for aspiring lawyers in the Visayas and Mindanao.
And how does someone who's supposed to be a confidant of Gretzky accept that kind of dough from the Flamingo Kidder and not pull him aside to tell him about it?
My favorite story is "The Suicide Club," which is about Prince Florizel of Bohemia and his confidant (translation: babysitter), Colonel Geraldine.
Julius Caesar, a role that has been sung by all types of voices, basso to mezzo-soprano, is to be played by the openly gay Daniels, whom Somogyi calls "a major pillar in the opera circuit," Walker and Mehta will make their respective Los Angeles Opera debuts as Nireno, Cleopatra's confidant, and Tolomeo, Cleopatra's psychotic brother.
Alexander Revisited takes a bolder, more in-depth look at Alexander's (Colin Farrell) life and his relationships with his mother, Olympias (Angelina Jolie), his father Philip (Val Kilmer), his lifelong friend and battle commander Hephaistion (Jared Leto), Roxane, his ambitious and beautiful Bactrian wife (Rosario Dawson), and his trusted general and confidant Ptolemy (Anthony Hopkins).
A devout Catholic often referred to as a confidant of Pope John Paul II, Mr.
They responded by treating him as a friend and confidant.
A confidant of the Queen and Sir Angus told me yesterday: "Despite the marriage being so bad, this is the very last thing that the Queen wanted right now.
Building a United States Embassy is a premier project and at the same time a challenging project Oand if handled incorrectly, can lead to significant losses; however, we are extremely confidant of the systems, management tools and personnel we have in place and expect to deliver this project on time and within budget," Mr.
Real was a confidant of fellow aviation pioneer Howard Hughes, whom he met while working at Lockheed and for whom he remained an adviser until the billionaire's death in 1976.
Presidential confidant Edward Mandell House, who like Aldrich was wired into the Power Elite, persuaded Wilson to accept the Aldrich plan.
With the experience of Universal Express' customer service, logistics, and operations behind us, I am very confidant that SmartMovers will be able to expand MadPackers business and help it become the leader in this fragmented college shipping and storage industry," said Larry Byron, President of Smart Movers.