neighbourliness


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Related to neighbourliness: neighborliness
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Noun1.neighbourliness - a disposition to be friendly and helpful to neighbors
friendliness - a friendly disposition
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neighbourliness

neighborliness (US) [ˈneɪbəlɪnɪs] N good neighbourlinessbuena vecindad f
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They lay lures for one another, they lure things out of one another,--that they call "good neighbourliness." O blessed remote period when a people said to itself: "I will be--MASTER over peoples!"
"These remarks contradict the principles of good neighbourliness, mutual respect, and non-interference into others' internal affairs, tenets of the OIC and the UN Charter," the ministers said in their final statement, affirming that the Gulf belongs to the Arab identity
and will remain so.
"We need to pass on neighbourliness to our children so that they can continue it."
Summary: Granada - HM King Mohammed VI reiterated Morocco's commitment "to reinvigorating the construction of the Maghreb on credible, serious foundations, and building a common future based on respect for state sovereignty and territorial integrity as well as good neighbourliness."
tells me that and neighbourliness Something community bits of LA where lacks.
"There is a sense of neighbourliness, security and happiness which is far removed from the picture sometimes presented.
"In the interests of good neighbourliness I want to apologise unreservedly to Ms Julie Mbemba for swearing at her and causing her distress on November 29 when I returned home from attending my sister's funeral," she said.
Gunter Verheugen, the European Commissioner responsible for the Enlargement portfolio, explained the elements of the new neighbourliness policy proposed by the enlarged European Union to its Mediterranean partners on his visit to Morocco on February 4 and 5.
In 13 years with the BHC, Somanath has seen this trend begin to be reversed, as improved housing has raised its occupants' sense of pride and responsibility, and thus stimulated neighbourliness and reduced crime.
Slit-like horizontal windows reduce exposure, and perhaps the visual contact will promote neighbourliness, but one can also imagine the opposite.(2)
He then enjoined all to take the opportunity of this year's Easter period to help make Nigeria stronger, put into practice true neighbourliness and do what we can to make the country and the world at large a more just, compassionate and peaceful place for all.
The council asserted that such acts do not serve regional and international peace and security and contravene the principles of good neighbourliness, no-interference in countries' internal affairs and respect of their sovereignty.