kindred spirit

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kindred spirit

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I felt that he was a kindred spirit as soon as ever I saw him.
11), at last a kindred spirit, every one of his ideas I hold up as common sense.
He was back to waiting tables when celebrated US indie folksters Midlake found him, recognised in him a kindred spirit and got him into a nearby studio to create his first solo record, Queen of Denmark.
THE DAY THE SUNSHINE ENDS Thirty years ago I was lost and lonely Drifting aimlessly; life without purpose Then I met you You changed me in so many ways You gave me new hope You brought love into my life My dark emptiness was transformed Sunshine embraced me The void of love began to fill Filling day by day Each day you added a little more Each day I loved you a little more I lived for your voice; for your smile I looked in your eyes; a kindred spirit I saw the real you; the hidden you I saw beyond your protective mask It only made me love you more I hope for many more years together Our separation far in the distance For life without you has no meaning That would surely be The day the sunshine ends David Wyatt, Hipswell Highway, Coventry.
ROTHES boss Rab Mulheron has found a kindred spirit in his bid to escape bottom spot in the Highland League - Jimmy Calderwood.
An invaluable testimony especially recommended as the experience of a kindred spirit for anyone seeking understanding during their own long journey to recovery from the trauma of abuse.
Fans of Neil Gaiman's American Gods may find a kindred spirit in this novel.
As he delves ever more riskily and recklessly into the question of who his new, troubled friend actually may be, Gabriel becomes more and more the fact-hunting detective, when he should be the inner child (it's OK to use that term; the film itself offers several put-downs of New Age thinking) desperate to find a kindred spirit.
At the museum, Paolo, the ship museum's curator, overcomes his dread of his German visitor (by September 1943, the Germans were no longer allies of Italy but occupiers) and discovers a kindred spirit in Klaus, who is also bewitched by the ships.
Given Debord's notorious contempt for contemporary art, it is hard to say with any certainty what he would have made of the head-on work of British artist Mark Leckey, but one can't help feeling that he might have (begrudgingly) acknowledged in him a kindred spirit.
As you see him wrestle with the meaning and practice of Lent, you may find a kindred spirit.
Irresistibly drawn to the story--"It's about passion; it's about obsession," she exclaims--Nanin also found in De Acosta a kindred spirit.