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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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In his letters to the CMs, the Chairman Senate stated that it would guarantee value education to the child and will help building the intellectual vacuum created in Balochistan besides sending message of comradely to the people of Balochistan that they are not alone in this tragedy.
In his letters to the CMs, the Chairman Senate stated that it will guarantee value education to the child and will help building the intellectual vacuum created in the Province of Balochistan besides sending s message of comradely to the people of Balochistan that they are not alone in this tragedy.
The debate was robust but respectful with supporters of both sides able to express their opinion without fear in a comradely fashion.
But crucially all three campaigns were comradely and good-natured.
To lay bare some of the bones of contention, we present a comradely debate between Michal Rozworski, who is emerging as one of English Canada's leading Left economists, and scholar Nick Srnicek, co-author of a couple of recent books associated with the "left-accelerationist" current that have sparked intense interest in the U.
Old and historical fraternities and empty comradely cliches will not be enough to produce meaningful gains in China-Africa relations in a competitive globalised world.
I WAS intrigued at Tony Maxwell's outrage about the success of Jeremy Corbyn and Andy McDonald's comradely support for a man who a majority of Labour members and supporters voted for as leader (Feedback, 17.
French President Francois Hollande's Socialist party issued a comradely appeal to Sigmar Gabriel, the German Social Democrat leader who sits as deputy to conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel in a coalition.
The brotherly and comradely traditional friendship was formed by late Vietnamese leader Ho Chi Minh and Chinese leader Mao Zedong, which should be inherited, Nguyen said.
Lee undertakes an encompassing flanerie, exploring places where "gun-smoke never clears"; we see curfews, underground interrogation rooms, and police approaching civilian protesters "as enemies"; comradely magpies nestle beside blue-skulled monks, and laden trucks veer dangerously along riverside highways; in downtown Seoul, a "63-story building" shines its "dazzling gold," while villages vanish under fog and then suburbia; fifty years after liberation, the poet wonders how to live in a place where "lilac grows in lands where human flesh is food.
In the photo taken by Ryanacol from Indonesia the comradely amongst friends was perfectly blended with the night view of the city.
It's all very well to break bread and break out in song, to be convivial and comradely.