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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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00 Opening hours Everyday including Christmas Day November to March 10am to 6pm April to October 9am to 9pm The details Atmosphere - comradely, friendly Car parking - we parked in the Royal Victoria Hotel car park for PS7.
6 Here's a free piece of comradely advice for dirty old men in the Tory Party and especially 50-something Brooks Newmark, MP for Mid-Life Crisis Central.
Brave drummers tapped without respite While amongst them burst hot salvoes smite - Shrapnel shards delivered with spite That felled in droves, but none took flight Of an audacious corps of comradely Buddhas And what could they of our chivalry know?
Bringing together industry members from all spectrums the event embodies the fraternal comradely that sets this industry apart from others.
No longer did it signify something shameful; instead it shouted out of men who were brave, patriotic, comradely, self-sacrificing, dogged, and unconquerable.
Of relations with Russia, she said Washington and Moscow had "very deep, very broad and complex" discussions on a range of international issues including Iran and "frank and comradely discussions" on Ukraine.
Quieter" reactions came from those who, although agreeing with Bojic's claims, but not with the way in which they were expressed, offer reflections about abstract, comradely love for the sake of which it is not good "to make waves" or about Bojic's criticism of Herzegovinian Franciscans' participation in Herzeg Bosna politics for exposing the "dirty laundry" of the Church, which should be "washed" only within the community and not in public.
Archives show that the formal proposal to "assist the Czechoslovak comrades" came from Bulgaria's communist leadership, which later provided troops for the comradely affair.
The focus of discussion remained ways to enhance trade relations between the two brotherly countries, which are already tied in a fold of mutual cooperation, comradely and worldwide Islamic brotherhood.
For the reader, it is a small soldier conversation, familiar, elliptical, comradely.
Outraged by this breach of comradely etiquette, Stalin cast the wartime partisan leader as the Prince of Darkness, a role originally played by Leon Trotsky.
The talks proceeded in a comradely and friendly atmosphere, it said.