mateship


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mateship

(ˈmeɪtʃɪp)
n
Austral the comradeship of friends, usually male, viewed as an institution
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mateship

[ˈmeɪtʃɪp] N (esp Australia) → compañerismo m, compadreo m (esp LAm)
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Archie's actual letter with a photograph of him as an old man of 96 and published in 2010 in a Tasmanian newspaper encapsulates his years of suffering, but also the spirit of mateship that helped him stay the course.
The discussion of mateship, for example, overlooks some of the recent interesting work by Nick Dyrenfurth.
You brought mateship, you brought comfort and your work won't be forgotten.
His job was to shake up the military during the Vietnam War, which he did by throwing out all appeals to patriotism and mateship and bringing in the body count, that great Key Performance Indicator of wars.
Not only that but it impressed on his consciousness the ideal of mateship of the bush workers for which he soon became famous.
As Cairns and Martin point out:</p> <pre> Male friendship, or mateship, has a strong presence in New Zealand fictions.
A former Premier blamed the current administration, saying an age had been created in which 'the concept of mateship has been damaged to a fairly large extent by the approaches of this government'.
8220;We love doing it for the cars, the mateship and endless dirt roads, but honestly, having seen firsthand where the funding goes, we feel privileged to again be involved in raising money and awareness for such a worthy charity.
For her, the costume is more than a costume for it reflects ANZAC's mateship, comradery, good humour, endurance, love of our country and the incredible strength of the Australian women.
There are many sites in Australia where the past has been suppressed, especially when it comes to sites associated with the lives of women who did not fit the foundational vision of mateship promoted in Australia.
Men's Sheds have steadily grown over the last 10 years and each plays a significant role in our local community by promoting mateship and active participation amongst Shedders," Mr Briffa said.
We show how gendered social relations in the form of constructed mateship can be a useful concept to facilitate rapport building.