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good-neighborliness

Definitions

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  • n. the state of being good neighbors
  • n. friendship and cooperation with, and noninterference in the internal affairs of another country

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a disposition to be friendly and helpful to neighbors

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And it will go a long way to maintaining peace and stability and good-neighborliness in the regio.

    US Calls North-South Korea Meeting ‘Important Step’

  • I do believe that the conclusion of the guidelines is of great significance, and it will go a long way to maintaining the peace and stability and good-neighborliness in this region.

    Clinton Welcomes South China Sea Guidelines

  • Asia, the President of the Soviet Union, Mr. Gorbachev, proposed the demilitarisation of Soviet-Chinese borders and their transformation into "a frontier of peace and good-neighborliness".

    The 14th Dalai Lama � Nobel Lecture

  • Aid could be made contingent not just on refraining from interference, but on positive acts of good-neighborliness.

    Peter Swarbrick: Mission Creep in the Congo

  • MR. STEINBERG: I think it was more that President Mori thanked President Clinton for his statement about the importance of good-neighborliness, and the President indicated this was something that we were deeply committed to and that we would continue to take every measure that we could.

    Readout To The Travel Pool By Jim Steinberg

  • We are fully aware of the opportunity, of the burden of responsibility, and of the seriousness, determination and devotion that will be needed in order to begin this march, together with our Syrian partners, to make a different Middle East where nations are living side by side in peaceful relationship and in mutual respect and good-neighborliness.

    Remarks By President Pm Barak And Foreign Minister Al Shara

  • In order to reduce existing tensions in Asia, the President of the Soviet Union, Mr. Gorbachev, proposed the demilitarisation of Soviet-Chinese borders and their transformation into "a frontier of peace and good-neighborliness".

    The 14th Dalai Lama �������� Nobel Lecture

  • "Karachi is in the grip of a multi-sided wave of insecurity-driven political, ethnic and sectarian polarization that has greatly undermined its tradition of tolerance and good-neighborliness," it said.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Often when I see companies touting their tolerance / eco-friendliness / good-neighborliness, I suspect it may be a marketing ploy with little change in actions or policies behind it? you can, for instance, celebrate Black History Month by putting up signs in your business and doing nothing else, and there?

    Warren Ellis

  • He also called on the Skopje government's leadership to abandon efforts aimed at historical falsification, reminding that the one-time Yugoslav republic's road path towards the European family depends on the fulfillment of the principles of good-neighborliness and resolution of the 19-year-old "name issue".

    Greek News

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