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Friend

(frend),
Charlotte, U.S. microbiologist, 1921-1987. See: Friend disease, Friend virus, Friend leukemia virus.
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Also, 71 per cent of those who had made friends on their last holiday abroad said they did not stay in touch after the break.
I made friends quite quickly - one of them was this other gay man and it was obvious from the start that he was attracted to me.
But only one in eight of those surveyed for Refugee Support had made friends with their neighbours and almost all were under-employed or working in jobs where their qualifications were not recognised.
He endured taunting at school because he was from the "wrong" family (his father was a farmer, rich landlord, and a traditional healer) and he made friends in a gang of "tough kids.
Davidson made friends in the shantytowns, went into the tunnels occupied by gangs and accompanied guards along the routes used by illegal immigrants.
As a result they made friends with the mothers of children from the two gypsy camps in Treviso, which belong to the mutually antagonistic ethnic groups of Sinti and Rom.
Andrew has developed a close relationship with his social worker and has made friends.
Roy and Colin made friends with two of the girls and were invited when one of them had a 21st birthday party at a pub in Whitnash.
He worked as a clandestine journalist, he studied, he made friends, he roamed around the country, and he thought hard about life in a communist country.
If we have crib scenes in our churches, they, too, should be homely, fun of the awe and ordinariness of a God who lived with the poor, treated their sick, made friends with women and other despised people, felt comfortable with children, and preached liberation for the poor.