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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Member for Rockhampton Barry ORourke said Renee-Jade, who goes by RJ, exemplified Rockys great hospitality and spirit of mateship.
Featuring a stellar cast and unprecedented access to the band's archive, this is the ultimate rock 'n' roll story - of mateship, conflict, success and excess.
Just learning about the ANZAC spirit -- the fight, the mateship, just the incredible values they held here in 1915.
Chairman of the PNG Rugby Football League said the Air Niugini Kokoda Cup continues to honour the importance of Kokoda, the courage, endurance, mateship and sacrifice made by Australian soldiers and Papua New Guinean carriers during World War two.
"The values that define this country's services - courage, endurance, mateship, sacrifice - are an example to all." This year the Queen appointed Harry as a youth ambassador for the Commonwealth to encourage young people to use the network of mostly y former British colonies to address their challenges.
On behalf of Secretary Mattis, thank you for being here today, as we celebrate our "first century of Mateship," and look forward to the next 100 years, a century that we will build together.
This could have arisen from the traditions of "blokeship" and "mateship" and from the "six-o'clock swill" associated with pubs closing at 6pm (10pm closing was introduced in 1967).
Its legacy is the celebration of the "Anzac spirit" - courage, endurance, initiative, discipline, and mateship - shown by the Antipodean troops, and today the Anzac Day service in London has become an important occasion for thousands of New Zealanders and Australians.
Rio Tinto Chief Executive J-S Jacques joined Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull with a delegation of business leaders on his historic visit to Washington, D.C., for bilateral discussions to celebrate "100 Years of Mateship" between the two countries.
WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull put their "mateship" on full display Friday at the White House as they took turns praising each other's approaches on immigration and taxes.
The White House said in a statement that Trump and Turnbull will discuss "a range of shared bilateral, regional, and global priorities, including fighting terrorism, promoting economic growth, and expanding security and defense cooperation in the Indo-Pacific region." The statement added that Trump "looks forward to further enhancing our partnership and alliance, and demonstrating our shared commitment to the democratic values that underpin peace and prosperity around the world." "The leaders will celebrate 100 years of mateship through war, peace, and prosperity, charting the course for the coming century of partnership," the statement concluded.