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  • n. Plural form of fellow-traveller.


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  • Files previously released at the National Archives reveal that shortly before his death in 1950, George Orwell handed a female friend working for an anti-communist propaganda unit in the Foreign Office a list of 35 names of people, including Chaplin, whom he considered "crypto-communists and fellow-travellers".

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  • No surprise to discover that Jaar is a serious young man, and his work is in part an exploration of the loneliness of the club experience, one in which he has spiritual fellow-travellers in artists like Mount Kimbie and James Blake.

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  • It "was a challenging time for Westerners invited to go behind the 'Bamboo Curtain,' " and some members of the British delegations were reluctant to be perceived as "fellow-travellers," among them the philosopher A.J.

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  • Perhaps Kaufman would find fellow-travellers in the teabaggers, who similarly seem drawn to inane Nazi analogies and also apparently regard any change as evidence of tyranny.

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  • This country has been destroyed by Labour and its fellow-travellers in the health and safety police, "human rights" defenders and the like.

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  • The “moderate”, “mainstream”, “Centre Left” New Labour was and is riddled with unrepentant old Communists, fellow-travellers and Trotskyists.

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  • More likely, Fundies and fellow-travellers will blame every scapegoat imaginable, anything rather than face up to their own follies.

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  • Yet the freedoms which Englishmen have won over nearly eight hundred years have now been sold to a couple of Labour fellow-travellers for their votes so that the UK will now soften its policy towards Cuba and the issue of the all too footling sanctions against Cuba the EU maintains as a fig-leaf.

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  • The French, the Germans and their fellow-travellers are just now discovering that which we have experienced for five hundred years and more.

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  • It is not difficult to see how being detained for six weeks on suspicion might yet become a badge of honour for the aspiring terrorist, a sort of junior martyrdom which will enhance the prospects standing with his fellow-travellers: 'Look at me!

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