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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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The family has put out posters of pictures of Buddy across markets in Sharjah so people can identify him if they seem him on the street.
She told the Mirror: "I feel emotional every time I see a photo of Buddy, every time I hear his songs, I think about him every day.
I highly doubt AJ had a chance to be anyone's buddy. Well, AJ, you can be my little buddy from here on.
The buddy can be reached by phone or message, and are on hand to offer personalised travel recommendations.
Buddy and Earl, transformed into superheroes Wonder Buddy and Super Earl, come face to face with the new neighbours, Mister the bulldog and Snowflake, a fluffy white cat.
With Chelsea out of the picture, is Buddy finally making a move on Whitney?
The tiny tots barely tipped the scales - Teddy, who arrived first, weighing exactly 2lb and little Buddy just 1lb 14oz.
Kieran, 16, who has autism, has to take two different buses and his bus buddy travelled the whole journey, then parts of the journey with him, until he felt comfortable doing the whole route by himself.
This was due to a very tragic change of circumstance for his owner, and because of the love he has for Buddy returned him to Hector's so he can find happiness again in a new home.
Dallas, TX, December 13, 2017 --(PR.com)-- The Buddy Holly Educational Foundation (TBHEF) has announced that public relations, sports and entertainment industry leader Rick French and BMG music publishing executive David Hirshland have been named to the board of directors of the Dallas, Texas-based non-profit.
My crew chanced upon a young businessman, Buddy Tan, who is bent on making the Marikina shoe industry prolific again.