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SADC is an old boys' back-slapping mutual admiration society which convenes once a year at a 'consultative conference' to sing 'For We're All Jolly Good Fellows'
Somewhere in those four years, we got to be good enough friends to forge a mutual admiration society.
Such a mutual admiration society between a former president and the black community, is as rare as an ex-President of the United States autographing his book in a black-owned bookstore.
And the links between Ferguson and the Ibrox club are many - not least that the Glasgow club's current boss Alex McLeish was one of his favourite players at Aberdeen - but the Red Devils' boss made it clear the mutual admiration society will not exist at Ibrox.
THE MUTUAL admiration society and Motherwell reunion convenes at Highfield Road tomorrow when Gary McAllister pits his wits against his old friend and manager Craig Brown.
It discusses their interface, acknowledging that they have never been a mutual admiration society.
A mutual admiration society appears to be developing between the Jockey Club and its one arch-enemy, Levy Board chairman Lord Wigg, to judge by comments made by retiring senior steward Sir Randle Feilden at the Timeform charity dinner at York.
It is not a mutual admiration society," said Saal of the intense competition between locals.
It was a mutual admiration society of sorts as LaBelle thanked the Obamas for their tenure in the White House, declaring, ''Baby, you got swag
Evidently, the mutual admiration society between Cavendish and Darrigade runs deep.
The outpourings of a mutual admiration society, if you like.
They're the first tag team of literary festivals, from Jaipur to Bhutan -- and their mutual admiration society is growing stronger by the year.