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  • Some worship in sympatico non-ACoC churches in the city.

    Spinning the New Westminster vs. ANiC court ruling « Anglican Samizdat

  • Every atom of shed blood is felt in sympatico with you, Juliet!

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  • The sexual tension between you and sympatico is unbearable.

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  • They have a word in Spanish -- "sympatico" -- that means more than our word "sympathy," it means sympathy with deep understanding and full response.

    The Significance of South America to Canada

  • More precisely, this is closer to the Italian word sympatico.

    THE IRATE NATION

  • More precisely, this is closer to the Italian word sympatico.

    THE IRATE NATION

  • More precisely, this is closer to the Italian word sympatico.

    THE IRATE NATION

  • I don't feel "sympatico" with Arab-American investment bankers much, even when they're my cousins whom I love; but some random Arab-American middle-aged hipster I meet in a pizzeria or a poetry reading will turn out to have a father who belonged to the secular pan-Arabist party favored by some of my lefty relatives.

    Egypt

  • I don't feel "sympatico" with Arab-American investment bankers much, even when they're my cousins whom I love; but some random Arab-American middle-aged hipster I meet in a pizzeria or a poetry reading will turn out to have a father who belonged to the secular pan-Arabist party favored by some of my lefty relatives.

    Film

  • I don't feel "sympatico" with Arab-American investment bankers much, even when they're my cousins whom I love; but some random Arab-American middle-aged hipster I meet in a pizzeria or a poetry reading will turn out to have a father who belonged to the secular pan-Arabist party favored by some of my lefty relatives.

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  • 1. To have a very close bond with another.

    2. Canadian internet provider

    June 30, 2009

  • misspelling of simpatico

    June 30, 2009