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  • She is my other self, as it were, my good comrade, and fellow-worker and joy-sharer.

    The Kempton-Wace Letters

  • In the book's most daring story, a boy from Pakistan working in a barber's shop and selling mobile phones, one of an exploited workforce of immigrants whose lives are contained by their lodging-house and their Muslim community, falls in love with a fellow-worker.

    The Empty Family by Colm Tóibín – Review

  • "Because of this, all of us have no hesitation to hail you as a fellow-worker because ahead of all of us as a nation is a long and arduous journey as we strive to achieve the goal of a better life for all our people," he said.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But swear by Earth and Heaven that thou wilt keep secret in thy heart what I shall tell thee, and be fellow-worker with me.

    The Argonautica

  • If, therefore, "Paul" introduces a fellow-worker without stating the reason, we may assume that it has to do with the delivery and performance of the message.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • “Cyrus, in return for the kindness you have shown us, I can say no more than this: I give myself to you, I will be your friend, your servant, and your ally: whatever you desire, I will help you to win, your fellow-worker always, so far as in me lies.”


  • Would he not in that case, think you, make much of344 one whom he regarded as his bravest fellow-worker, laying at his feet the greatest honours?


  • Therefore am I honoured in Heaven pre-eminently, and upon earth among men whose right it is to honour me; 147 as a beloved fellow-worker of all craftsmen; a faithful guardian of house and lands, whom the owners bless; a kindly helpmeet of servants; 148 a brave assistant in the labours of peace; an unflinching ally in the deeds of war; a sharer in all friendships indispensable.


  • The above are fundamental matters not to be performed without the active help of every trooper who would wish to be a zealous and unhesitating fellow-worker with his officer. 48 38 e.g. the Panathenaic, as depicted on the frieze of the Parthenon.

    The Cavalry General

  • Did he not so raise you up to his level, so that by degree you became his fellow-worker in all his undertakings — and a noble fellow-worker, too.



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