compeer


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one that is very similar to another in rank or position

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A Compeer volunteer has to have compassion, to be able to listen without judging.
To qualify, graduating seniors must live in Compeer Financial's 144-county territory and have a 3.
Compeer Financial counts nearly 45,000 member-owners, 17 board members, 1,200 employees and more than $19 billion in assets.
Shall I display to you the spread of the fire of his soul, by rehearsing the praises of the hero of Saratoga, and his much loved compeer of the Carolinas?
A 2010 report by ComPeer, produced for Professional Liverpool, showed Liverpool's wealth management sector was the largest in the UK outside London.
Anwar Maqsood a well known literary figure and compeer organized a Muzahiya Mushaira to pay homage to late Mr.
Proceeds from the event were donated to Compeer of Livingston County, a mental health organization.
With few words he became my friend, my compeer, my beloved adventure.
32) Mabel Dodge, Stein's friend and compeer emigree, wrote a review in 1913 of Stein's experimental writing, describing "perceptions, conditions, and states of being, never before quite consciously experienced" which she associated with Bergson's theory of intuition (28).
The desperation to compeer the entrepreneurial achievement of their counterparts at the other side of the globe thus increases their anxiety and desperation to succeed, precipitating being exposed to various social abuses (IANSA, Oxfam and Saferworld, 2007).
She founded the San Diego chapter of Compeer International, and is a board member for NAMI-California and The Meeting Place, a clubhouse for people with mental illness.
Nick Hancock, big Stoke fan and compeer for the now much missed They Think It's All Over television programme, was at both.
Henna dyeing, however, has a compeer in the pressure on women to be fat.
Compeer originated this approach in Rochester, NY, in 1973 (Skirboll & McLaughlin, 1990).