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  • Buddy himself along with his wife took to the stage and they performed together.
  • Initially, his team is losing at the next championship until Buddy shows up.
  • Buddy accepted the contract with the one condition, that he finish his college education.
  • He and his buddies would walk three miles down from his house to watch minor league baseball games.
  • He was a great influence on his fellow battle buddys in Basic training.
  • They finished off the buddy who was on top of me.
  • I mean, we grew up together, we were high school buddies and we're still friends.
  • Other Players can also be invited to games using the buddy list.
  • These friends are called Buddies and they can serve various roles in the game.
  • Although the two brothers are complete opposite yet very close buddies.
  • If they are both free, they are combined and placed in the next-largest size buddy-block list.
  • Buddy's knowledge of women began and ended with his mother. Cited from Cow-Country, by B. M. Bower
  • A friendship between the two people is the key relationship in a buddy film.
  • No doubt about Buddy's being glad to see me on them occasions. Cited from Torchy As A Pa, by Sewell Ford
  • John would also become a regular face in the crowd at many of Buddy's shows.
  • For some time it seems as though Buddy finds these things amongst a groups of individuals.
  • The other students in the group run into problems with their buddies and talk to the principal about the issues.
  • Buddy Rich remained active performing until the end of his life.
  • The pair gets to know each other better and gradually grow to be great buddies.
  • Team Buddies received limited release, and as such is not widely available.
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Meaning of Buddy

  • noun A close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities