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  • adj. Resembling a family


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family +‎ -like


  • Nationwide, more and more districts are establishing small "" restructured '' schools like Hostos that stress team teaching, a familylike environment and high expectations.

    In Defiance Of Darwin

  • Ms. Jolley says another part of the secret to creating a familylike atmosphere is providing strong benefits and making sure employees 'own family members also feel connected to the business.

    Top Small Workplaces 2008

  • Paducah also tries to maintain a familylike ownership culture by holding a short "Owners 'Meeting" every morning in each department at each location.

    Top Small Workplaces 2008

  • A big part of creating a familylike feel, Ms. Jolley says, has been sharing the wealth so employees feel they play a role in the company's success.

    Top Small Workplaces 2008

  • He said his church, in particular, strives to make services relevant and to connect members together in a familylike web.

    Arizonans aren’t big on church

  • The constant bickering, yet the unswerving loyalty and belief in each other - how familylike, I thought with chagrin.

    The Lonely Sea

  • I came to the astonishing conclusion that the most familylike setting was a family.

    NYT > Home Page

  • That's the type of energy I want to give off to my teammates - that togetherness, and familylike atmosphere. - News

  • "I really felt I fit into the community better than any I had participated in, and I really enjoyed my time on a submarine," Webster, now 22, said of the familylike atmosphere.

    The News Tribune - Tacoma - - HOMEPAGE

  • The school holds a special familylike feel, students say. RSS


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