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a person whom one knows well, likes, and trusts

one who shares interests or activities with another

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a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities

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Although volunteer Buddies will assist all participants, parents or guardians are required to stay for the duration of the event.
"I've been really impressed with the Bus Buddies scheme," Wayne said.
He was presented with his medal by Cycling UK's regional officer Jeff Frew who also praised the work of Buddies.
SC will tap 20 members of Best Buddies Qatar who will undergo a series of trainings to further enhance their leadership and professional skills under its Tamkeen inclusivity initiative.
Founded in 1989 by Anthony Kennedy Shriver, Best Buddies is a vibrant, international organization that has grown from one original chapter to more than 1,500 middle school, high school, and college chapters worldwide.
When asked about their experiences with the Best Buddies program so far, participants gave very positive feedback.
Members of Jeanne D'Arc Credit Union's community education department specially developed and presented the curriculum for the workshop component of Budget Buddies.
BURGER KINGA Launches BURGER BUDDIES - a Six-Pack Burger
Learning mentor Margaret Vickers, part of a team responsible for the pastoral care of 520 pupils, said: "Buddies in Hoodies was an idea dreamed up by the students.
The first training ran in early 2005, with the first set of buddies matched with new adopters later that year.
The athletes meet their MDA Buddies at a pre-event press conference, receive awards from their Buddies at the Muscle Team[R] 2007 Gala & Benefit Auction, and often build relationships that last long after the event.
"There have been 14 Buddies now and they've all made the part their own."
An excellent and practical read which is very highly recommended to young women, especially those with artistic aspirations, Journal Buddies: A Girl's Journal For Sharing And Celebrating Magnificence by Jill Schoenberg Girma is an eloquently written guide for assisting young women on their path to discovering the better half of their artistic abilities.
Buddies undergo training to learn how best to help acclimate new staff to the firm.
Kennedy clan member anthony shriver's best buddies program pairs the intellectually disabled with volunteers who offer them one-to-one friendship and increased social integration.