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Friend

(frend),
Charlotte, U.S. microbiologist, 1921-1987. See: Friend disease, Friend virus, Friend leukemia virus.
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On this starlight night, Mr Venus,' he remarks, when he is showing that friendly mover out across the yard, and both are something the worse for mixing again and again: 'on this starlight night to think that talking-over strangers, and underhanded minds, can go walking home under the sky, as if they was all square
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Cordery begins his study with the development of the friendly societies, tracing their roots to the mutual benefit societies brought to London by Huguenot refugees from France in the 1680s at a time "when poverty was gaining a high profile .
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The offer, which was submitted subject to the approval of Victory's board, signaled a desire to proceed in a friendly manner and the suitor at no time attempted to circumvent the board by making a tender offer.
For example, in the case where a superior is typically not attentive, not friendly, and not relaxed in his or her communication with a subordinate, it is reasonable to expect the subordinate to infer that his or her boss does not think very much of their relationship.
Riley studies two of these friendly societies, the Ancient Order of Foresters (AOF) and the Oddfellows in England.
In a case of first impression, the Tax Court held costs incurred by a target company in a friendly merger were nondeductible capital expenditures [National Starch and Chemical Corporation v.
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