buddy


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buddy

1. a volunteer who visits and gives help and support to a person suffering from AIDS
2. a volunteer who gives help and support to a person who has become disabled but is returning to work
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Buddy had been vomiting for two days and had stopped producing faeces.
Buddy pairs are made based on interviews that leaders have with each interested participant.
A few weeks into school we had a special buddy assembly where all of the school took part.
Alan Janes, writer and producer of Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story, is staggered after so many UK performances it continues to be such a draw.
All performances in The Buddy Holly Story do justice to the music.
The show is written and produced by Alan Janes and features Glen Joseph as Buddy.
As you start your eight-hour sleep, BUDDY will know what you did not finish during the day.
The young person will be matched with a buddy based on their similar interests to meet each week to socialise and take steps to become more independent.
Often, we use our spouse as the buddy, and that makes sense: You have to care (generously) about your buddy and find things you share with each other.
Breeze provides support and works with the chapter president in matching a buddy with a peer buddy.
Amy McWilliams said: "I like being a buddy because I like to help other children.