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- noun Plural form of
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“O my mother, tell me the day when I was born; for such an one of my companions is about to take an omen194 for me.”
Since my integration, my so called alters (I prefer the term companions) have presented me with the memories they had.
hazel8500 Hazel 2010
Is it that our culture of canine companions is not yet as evolved as France's?
Or goes off with the Master because the sequence of companions is dire, and he figures he can't do any worse if he follows the Master's example/can blame the Master and avoid responsibility.
Humperdinck: "Now, if we only had a wheelbarrow..." rabid1st 2009
One of my favorite hunting/fishing companions is my 19 yr. old daughter.
Women v.s. 2008
As Imre makes his way through the Mandala Supersystem (another cool idea) he meets up with his old companions from the Corp (coincidence or not?).
Appreciating what extreme snobs some gays can be, it hardly comes as a shock that among his well-turned-out wives, and a host of furtive short-term companions, of the type sometimes referred to derisively, as 'twinks', the great love of Luther Greene's life was a genuine royal prince, a son of exiled King Amanullah of Afghanistan.
She has a few companions, is a Sister of Dragons, gets help from the Goddess in the form of the Morrigan, and still screws up.
Archive 2007-04-01 Blue Tyson 2007
So Al – Rashid laughed at his saying and said, “See which of the boon-companions is at the door.”
We don't need to give ammunition to PETA types by telling the public that reckless hunters shooting companions is a common occurance.