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.
What does matter is that the pilgrim is welcomed as a fellow traveller.
SIGHTSEERS on an open top bus tour of London found themselves sharing the experience with an unusual fellow traveller - a free-riding fox.
JUDGMENT was reserved yesterday in an appeal by three men jailed for the murder of a fellow Traveller hacked to death.
A court in the Far East region of Chukotka opened border violation hearings today in the case against British explorer Karl Bushby and his American fellow traveller.
She looked like a woman with a lot on her mind," the Sun quoted a fellow traveller as saying.
A COURT in the Russian region of Chukotka ruled yesterday that a British explorer and his US fellow traveller, who entered Russia without going through a border checkpoint, would be fined 2,000 rubles (pounds 41) each and deported.
Robert was hit in the leg by a bullet which first passed through fellow traveller Grace, missing her spine by millimetres.
"It took a while to get him off the jet," explained a fellow traveller. "They couldn't tell which was his luggage so we all had to get off again, collect our bags and then get back in."
"They seemed to be getting on swimmingly while their children ran around together," The Daily Star quoted a fellow traveller as saying.

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