fellow traveller


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fellow traveller

Politics a non-Communist who sympathizes with Communism
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Tom Jackson, who died while trying to save a fellow traveller
The bizarre trio then made their way south to Pau in the Pyrenees where Richard had heard there was a commune of fellow travellers.
All six authors are former Communists or close fellow travellers, making the results even more uncomfortable for current Marxist apologists.
They seemed to be getting on swimmingly while their children ran around together," The Daily Star quoted a fellow traveller as saying.
Robert was hit in the leg by a bullet which first passed through fellow traveller Grace, missing her spine by millimetres.
Thrown together, he and fellow traveller Del Griffith decide to join forces in the hope of saving time and money during their trip - this turns out to be the worst decision of Neal's life as he finds himself in increasingly surreal and precarious situations.
SYDNEY: Australian police are hunting a gang of British backpackers who stamped on the head of a fellow traveller and smashed his skull into a concrete wall during an attack in Sydney.
BACKPACKER Richard is working his way around Thailand when he meets a frazzled fellow traveller who gives him the directions to a remote, unspoilt island.
One fellow traveller said: "I guess the little fellow must have got bored.
Fellow traveller Sir Patrick Cormack said: "The House of Commons is not the same without Tam Dalyell.
Having spent time in Zambia a year ago seeing the perils of Aids, he's raising money for Direct Aid For Africa, a charity to help the poor, founded by fellow traveller, the punter and racehorse owner Barney Curley.
The Minister of State for Railways, Manoj Sinha said that the Indian Railways is on a transformative journey and it looks forward to using social media as a platform to tell its stories and constantly hear from fellow travellers.

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