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“Companionship," answered the girl, -- "the companionship of service.”
“Companionship is a foreign concept to me, but silence is a second skin, so I followed behind, thinking of buried treasure and metal detectors, Saxon hoards, gold, glory.”
“Companionship or friendship marriage is the joining together of two people who already have successful careers, independent lives, other strong friendships, and a positive sense of self.”
““Companionship to modify the clinical birth environment: effects on progress and perceptions of labour, and breastfeeding,” Br J Obstet Gynaecol, 98:756–764, 1991.”
“Companionship, for example, turns out to be extremely important.”
“Companionship, though, was something she often craved, someone to be there and make her large house a little bit cozier.”
“Companionship: Yes, it is possible to have Aiko as a companion.”
“Her themes are relationships (“Separations,” “Bonds”), family (“Birthday,” “Mother”), friendship (“Companionship”), and the balance between engagement and withdrawal.”
“Companionship doesn't seem necessary, though probably sex and romance are, of which there's no shortage.”
“Companionship is dependent on other living beings, and it is very valuable.”
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