Friend

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Friend

(frend),
Charlotte, U.S. microbiologist, 1921-1987. See: Friend disease, Friend virus, Friend leukemia virus.
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The cat made friends with him, and climbed into his lap when he smoked his cigar.
Once I quite made friends with them, visited their homes, played preference, drank vodka, talked of promotions....
The agency has revealed that she was the part of a global hawala gang and has carried foreign currencies several times for a Delhi-based Hawala worker who made friends with her six months ago during a flight to India.
I made friends in my first year but they turned out not to be the people I thought they were.
"He loved his motorbikes, having recently purchased a Honda Fireblade, He was and had everybody was loved made friends wherever Michael on which he was riding home from work on day he died.
Once she's made friends, she likes to sit next to you for a fuss.
SIR - Today, most people in Britain were born to parents who themselves were born in different parts of the UK, married to someone from another part of the UK, have children who were born, then educated and now work in different parts of the UK; and most have worked, lived and made friends in various part of the UK; and, as blood is thicker than tribal instincts, the notion that they should be more loyal to a certain geographical area and to people they have never met, than to their own family and friends, defies all normal human instincts and logic.
One of the girls I made friends with had never had a holiday in her life till she started work with me and she JUST to say I've been reading the ECHO all my life and I'm now 78.
You've made friends before, so you know how to do it.