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Synonyms for fellow

Synonyms for fellow

a grown man referred to familiarly, jokingly, or as a member of one's set or group

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a man who is the favored companion of a woman

one who is united in a relationship with another

one who shares interests or activities with another

one that is very similar to another in rank or position

one of a matched pair of things

Synonyms for fellow

a friend who is frequently in the company of another

a person who is member of one's class or profession

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a member of a learned society

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an informal form of address for a man

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a man who is the lover of a girl or young woman

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Their names will appear on a plaque located at the MTNA national headquarters, a press release will be sent to media outlets selected by the Fellow, and they will be listed on the MTNA Foundation Fund website.
He is the Carroll Binder Nieman Fellow and the Barry Bingham, Jr.
The University Center for the Environment has created the Environmental Fellows program to enable recent doctorate recipients to use and expand Harvard's extraordinary resources to tackle complex environmental problems.
Although limited published research is available on officers negotiating with fellow officers, crisis negotiations involving law enforcement personnel do occur.
Participating or contributing in any of these activities will be considered by the Council of Fellows.
In the past, there has been some frustration that the long record of personal service required for individuals to qualify as a Fellow has failed to achieve a cohesive focus in practice within the Council of Fellows as a group.
Arvind was named an IEEE Fellow in 1994 and received the Charles Babbage Outstanding Scientist Award.
A Distinguished Fellow is an ACPE Fellow who has demonstrated noteworthy and enduring contributions to the knowledge and advancement of medical management.
Joel Kotkin, a senior fellow at the Pepperdine Institute for Public Policy, said the Fellows program is an example of the larger media and technology convergence.
A new study published in the winter issue of Education Next finds virtually no difference in the average impact on student achievement between traditionally certified teachers in New York City and those who entered teaching without certification, through Teach for America (TFA) or through the city's Teaching Fellows programs -- a finding that could have significant impact on the debate over the reauthorization of NCLB and the law's "highly qualified" teachers provision.
A recent survey of Fellows of the American College of Physician Executives uncovered 286 possible ways for physician executives to increase influence in their organizations.
Now he is using these same skills as a teacher in a school of 2,400 as a successful graduate of the Peace Corps Fellows Program.
Schwarzenegger met with Hoover fellows and TechNet members to discuss technology trends and public policies.
Each fellow has specific reading lists, projects, and experiences in each curriculum category.
Lyons has received numerous awards for her professional achievements, including Purdue University's 1986 Order of the Engineer, the International Professional and Business Women's 1993 Certificate of Recognition for Distinguished Services to Electrical Engineering Award, and 2003 fellow membership with the Radio Club of America.