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|'best' or closest friend. Since this friendship is a special one, it deserves a |
subchapter of its own. 7.3.3 'Best friends' — a special case The closest friend, the
'best friend' is often an old friend, a friend from school days, with whom one
shares the ...
|(Irish) A friend's frown is better than a fool's smile. (Danish) A friend's meat is |
soon ready. (French) A good friend is better than silver and gold. (Dutch) A man's
oldest friend is his best. (Roman) A mile walk with a friend has only one hundred
|To my Lord Chancellor, mine old dear Friend, I do give one of my greatest |
Basons and Ewers gilt, with my belt Gpofge and Garter, not doubting, but he shall
shortly enjoy the Wearing of it, and one of his Armors he gave me. To my dear
|704 i in want a hollow friend*. . .262 e is fame's best friend 638oa I would wish a |
friend 259 f keep thy friend under*. ... 10 o old without a friendt one faithful friend
Is. . . praise from a f., ort... . prevaricated with thy f rals'd themselves a friend ...
|... used ro be my friend, but now she thinks she's too good for me," says Juanita, |
age sixty-three, bitterly, of her oldest friend, ... and commitment in friendship and
the expectations that attend each one.2 No one, we learn painfully as we mature,
|Malebranche reminisces, in 1687, that the first time that I had the honor of |
meeting Mr. Ar- nauld, it was because one of my best and oldest friends lived in
the same house as he; and because I often went to see this friend, and because
|It all springs from that instinct called selfishness, in its worst acceptation ; and self|
-love, in its best. ... Pew persons have seen much of life without meeting one old
friend thoroughly staunch, or an occasion al new one as false as though he had ...
|Your oldest friends are often your best friends. They're the ones who've been |
there through it all—your first love, your first car, your first everything. They know
you better than anyone else. And they're the ones who will be there for you
|But Henry never asked for anything: never, apparently, needed any help or any |
one person. Mary Jane knew that she held the place as his oldest friend. She
suspected that, to others, he might even describe her sometimes as his best
|“You're my father's oldest friend. And ... for good or bad, you've always been a |
part of my life. Always there ... always looking out for me, one way or another.
There were so many things I wanted to say to my father, before he died. You