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Things colleague often describes (“colleague ________”)
group, pastor, support, friends, relationship, competitors, friend, relationships, consultation, books, references, approval, authority, ship, evaluation, groups, object, letter, indexes, ties, family, critic, participants, scientists, role, contracts, contact, arms, relations, ariald, control, basis, commentary, pompey, pastors, authors, teacher

How colleague often is described (“________ colleague”)
former, old, senior, young, younger, dear, close, male, junior, french, american, professional, distinguished, late, female, older, british, honorable, german, experienced, respected, medical, learned, worthy, time, closest, russian, english, longtime, italian, loyal, japanese, illustrious, future, able, difficult, eminent, chinese, honourable, venerable, famous, austrian, academic, brilliant, excellent, esteemed, republican, elder, democratic, soviet, deceased, friendly, beloved, ministerial, dead, surgical, spanish, valuable, sympathetic, absent, parliamentary, supportive, dutch, wonderful, naval, faithful, conservative, helpful, unfortunate, liberal, consular, noble


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