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- n. Someone with the same feelings or attitudes as oneself.
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In 1962, she and her husband moved to Colorado to take positions at the University of Denver Medical School, where she found a kindred spirit in an unconventional professor named Sydney Margolin, who ran a lab devoted to the study of psychosomatic medicine.
My kindred spirit and husband, Duane DeRaad, listened to my stories and encouraged me to write them.
In all the years in Seattle, Ish Marx was the only kindred spirit Joshua had ever found.
Finally in the paintings of Théodore Chassériau the young artist found an ideal similar to his own, a kindred spirit and a model for his Amiens pictures.
A perfectionist in song and dance and my kindred spirit in terms of emotional sensitivity, my only hope in life is to touch lives once with something I do the way he did with a truckload of otherworldly achievements.
Needing motivation, Flyers coach chases down kindred spirit in Geno
Instead, I found a kindred spirit and an angel in the intellectually radiant and spiritually magical form of Laurie Fox of the Linda Chester Agency.