buddy system


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a cooperative practice of pairing two or more people together for mutual assistance or safety (especially in recreational swimming)

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The seasoned UK based fitness equipment sourcing company is one among the major and earliest distributors of Lebert Fitness tools and equipments such as Equalizer and Buddy System throughout England & Europe since early 2012.
Sydney, June 5 ( ANI ): Getting trapped in a boring conversation with a fellow passenger aboard a plane could soon be history thanks to a world-first flight buddy system developed by Latvia's national airline.
This "cyber-buddy" system is simply a new twist to new twist to the traditional military buddy system.
The boat operates a buddy system, with a permanent crew of able-bodied staff working alongside the sailors, who complete all the main tasks on the ship.
If you can shoot on a live fire range I think the buddy system is a good way to go.
The buddy system has been around a long time and usually works well.
It is the latest prominent chain to begin using the Buddy System cone holders.
And there are captains in the stores, and folks get on the buddy system to keep those commitments.
As a support program, the students will have access to a unique buddy system, a social network, and a bridge between academic curriculum and the student's traditional culture.
Last year we trialled the buddy system, which involved training pupils and placing a dedicated 'buddy bench' in the playground where children could sit and be seen by one of the buddies.
THE BUDDY SYSTEM, Paul Bean, Winkle regional sales manager, says magnet owners can introduce various practices to prevent magnet failures.
Now - during the UK's Age Positive Week - the store are launching a new buddy system to improve their award-winning recruitment scheme even further.
At the school in Sandpits Lane, Keresley, pupils in the Chaplaincy Team have set up a Bully Buddy system where fellow students with problems can approach those their own age for advice.
Whether through a precamp phone call, a new camper/returning camper buddy system, or other mechanism, camps must design a program wherein new campers feel immediately connected to their peers and surrogate caregivers.