- n. the kinship relation between a female offspring and the siblings
- n. an association or society of women who are linked together by a common religion or trade or interest
“Running 24 hours late due to stormy weather, the Endeavour rollout came one day after sistership Discovery landed at KSC on its 39th and final flight.”
“NASA hopes it won't need it, but just in case the shuttle Atlantis/Hubble Space Telescope servicing crew needs a rescue sistership Endeavour will be ready to serve.”
“Differences and similarities along with years of caring and sharing have enhanced our sistership.”
“Three cheers to sistership. entries before this ...”
“Her sistership was earlier this year named the SAS Amatola by first lady Zanele Mbeki.”
“He said sistership agreements had been signed with six states in various countries, and this was the first time Cosatu had complained about not being included.”
“HAZEL CORPREW, PRISON INMATE: I feel a sistership with Betsy Ross, because she started this out, you know.”
“The "DUGUAY TROUIN" under the command of Captain Benoit Montani, is the second sistership out of two other F67 type Destroyers, specially designed for the anti-submarine warfare, was commissioned in September 1975.”
“Commander Jacques de SOLMS, is the fourth sistership out of a series of five DURANCE-type replenishment tankers and designed to be deployed either as a flagship for an admiral, commanding a naval district, was commissioned in June 1986.”
“Everyone will be conscious, as I am, of the common cultural and political heritage of our two countries and of our sistership under the Crown and within the Commonwealth.”
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