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buddy-buddy

(ˈbədiˈbədi)
mod. friendly; too friendly. Why is that guy so buddy-buddy with me?
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It's routine for PMO advisors to shrug off the obvious coolness between the two men and stress that Chretien was a frequent golfing pal of Bill Clinton -- never mind that that's akin to being buddy-buddy with a pedophile.
It's nice to be buddy-buddy with the generals, but you better serve those who think, plan, evaluate and work the problems.
Poor legislation, lack of staf poor legal expertise in the area and a buddy-buddy boardroom culture dating back to colonial times as well as the Afrikaner brotherhood which administered the economy during apartheid are all factors cited for the prevalenc e of insider dealing.
Nor is it hard to draw a parallel between the ineptitude and infidelities of that royal family with the conduct of would-be American corporate kings and their buddy-buddy boards.
Term limits will reduce the influence of special interests by disrupting the buddy-buddy relationships and favors that lobbyists use to capture entrenched incumbents.
They were usually called on account of darkness, and the apparent winners went home buddy-buddy, talking about getting together tomorrow to form a club or perform some other exclusive right.
YFonGlobal beat MySpace and FaceBook in winning the contract to host this community based on meeting tailoring requirements that included security from non-members, blocking inappropriate content, controlled advertising, and free buddy-buddy calling between members.
You don''t have to be buddy-buddy with the prime minister, or feel that you''d like to have a fun holiday with him to nevertheless feel that he''s the right man to take the country out of what has been the worst crisis since the Second World War.
Flower said: "We all have our differences and you aren't going to always to be buddy-buddy with people, that goes for Kevin and I and a lot of other people when you're trying to prod people to improve.
sporting Stroope cares more about his image than he does teaching students, masking deep insecurity with buddy-buddy bravado.
And, when you complain to your BFF about a battle you had with the 'rents last night, Miss Buddy-Buddy is quick to chime in with her advice since she's "been there.
Roseanna Cunningham and Nicola Sturgeon were once buddy-buddy.
SPEAKING of Ian Wright (who, by the way, I reckon was a super striker at club level with Arsenal and a damn good TV chat show presenter), nice to see him and Peter Schmeichel buddy-buddy together as Beeb pundits.
6 (4) Bad Boys II (15) Totally overblown return of buddy-buddy Miami cops.