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comrade

a fellow member of a political party, esp a fellow Communist or socialist
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"Boys of the Brule: Centuries of Comradery on Wisconsin's River of Presidents" by Ross Fruen is a kind of love story and history about a river and the people who have frequented it ranging from Paleo Indians to the Ojibwe, to European explorers and fur traders, lumbermen, settlers, presidents and sportsmen.
Wolfe said ESL's employee volunteer program has four main objectives: to help the community, increase the spirit of volunteerism at ESL, enhance employee comradery, and have fun in the workplace.
He had the Terriers playing high-pressing, high energy football, and instilled in them a fierce sense of comradery.
Small group training continues to be hot as it allows individual attention while still providing team comradery and friendly competition.
The kids love the comradery of the group and being able to help someone.
By reviewing all the ups and downs and sharing your discoveries, it's an opportunity to acknowledge the comradery of your valued cohorts who performed in partnership to accomplish the designated project objectives.
"Our success was largely down to our professionalism and comradery.
The tournament, which took place at Champions Football Academy, falls under Markazia's Creativity Central; an internal initiative that aims to extend the Company's core values and strategy amidst employees via motivational activities that promote comradery and encourage creative thinking.
(5) The best place to facilitate this comradery is off-leash at the dog park...
Supported by the Singapore-Asean Youth Fund (SAYF), the AYF is built on the values of 'resilience, leadership and comradery' in line with the Singapore Asean chairmanship's focus on building a 'resilient and innovative' Asean to deal with the increasingly complex geopolitical landscape and the digital revolution.
Leanne Mortimer, general manager at the Rake, said: "Nothing beats the atmosphere and comradery of a local pub -- and it really is the guests who make it such a great place to be.
Our annual Day of Service has become a tradition and one of the highlights of our year, as our bank family comes together to enjoy the comradery and to enhance the quality of life of our communities."