acquaintanceship


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Being involved with him considerably increased Hobbs's interest in Flat racing, and the acquaintanceship with the horse's regular jockey Harry Carr led to Hobbs moving to Newmarket in 1952 as assistant to royal trainer Cecil Boyd-Rochfort.
To experience Harold Pinter's plays and his singular dramatic tactics is to feel a deep acquaintanceship with the writer.
That was a solo effort and now they will have the opportunity to refresh that brief acquaintanceship later this week when Miss Kupiec makes her debut proper with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, tackling Grieg's Piano Concerto, a work she describes as both fun and accessible.
An acquaintanceship that goes back 20 years failed to prevent my referring last week to Hall Green Little Theatre's Julia Roden as Julia Rose - who is another Julia among Midlands thespians.
Many regulars have a nodding acquaintanceship with each other despite the lack of a bar.
After the war, she renewed her acquaintanceship with Princess Mary - later Princess Royal - daughter of George V and was a bridesmaid at her wedding to Henry, Viscount Lascelles at Westminster Abbey in February, 1922.
After the war, she renewed her acquaintanceship with Princess Mary - later the Princess Royal - daughter of George V, and was a bridesmaid at her wedding to Henry, Viscount Lascelles at Westminster Abbey in February 1922.
It suggests a lack of acquaintanceship with Arab males, who long before and far away from Saddam Hussein thus adorned their upper lips.
Houston (1986) finds that acquaintanceship with a routine cheater (criminal) is positively related to the probability of cheating, although Bunn, et al.
At any rate, the suit happened; but we still hope both sides could begin a renewal of acquaintanceship, if not friendship.
Both authors assume a substantial acquaintanceship on their readers' part with Ravel's oeuvre, and at times they give the impression of analyzing previous analyses--some of them Freudian, alas--instead of the original music.
There was no impropriety whatever of any kind in my acquaintanceship with Miss Keeler.