Mutual Admiration Society


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Mutual Admiration Society

circle of mutual patters on the backs. [Br. Hist.: Wheeler, 254]
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If you don't want a mutual admiration society, which dies as soon as you've all discovered each other's faults, you must nobble the Press.
During a brief, impromptu media briefing, the two erstwhile political opponents spoke like the founding members at the launch of a mutual admiration society. Soon, visible signs of a federal presence both on land and on sea indicated that the promise of continued collaboration was being fulfilled.
The mother and daughter are clearly a mutual admiration society. Nakita nominated Carrie for recognition from the Institute for the Advancement of Aboriginal Women.
He is presently involved with the Mutual Admiration Society #9, in Canyon, Texas, where he currently resides and where he enjoys dancing, swimming and collecting antiques.
This may be something of a mutual admiration society, one that can see each of you push one another to ever greater heights.
The interview threatened to turn into a mutual admiration society at the start but a relaxed Packer soon opened up.
Venus can trigger a mutual admiration society between yourself and someone you meet.
James and his linemen have formed a mutual admiration society over the last month.
Yet the first time Ferguson and Boyd met there was no rush to form a mutual admiration society.
IT HAS to be the world's biggest mutual admiration society - Keane and their fanatical fans.
It's a mutual admiration society for Laurence, who married Doctor Who star Billie Piper at New Year.
* Obviously, John Lynch will be getting a lot more mileage out of his mutual admiration society with John McCain--and so will Peter Spaulding