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one another

Each the same in action toward the other person(s), animal(s), or thing(s) in a given group of two or more. You can just tell when you're around them that Joe and Sarah love one another very much. There are these birds in our back yard that are always fighting with one another in the morning. It's really annoying!
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It is precisely a permanent identity that both of them willed into existence for one another. That is what conjugal love is.
If they did receive one another irrevocably, they are married, and only death can sever the bond that they mutually and freely established.
Let us therefore no longer pass judgment on one another, but resolve instead never to put a stumbling block or hindrance in the way of another.
(15.) In many, if not most, of his letters, Paul's ethical exhortations are focused on counseling the members of his congregations, which seem to have been made up of diverse and often conflicted people, to behave better toward one another. See, for example, Rom.
Is it possible to encourage one another to flee destructive tendencies?
Holiday and Honey blew air kisses at one another as an unsmiling and preoccupied Sam said, "You have any idea where the cars are?"
With regard to our unity in the Spirit, we may say, following the same line of thought, that all of us who have received one and the same Spirit, the Holy Spirit, are united intimately, both with one another and with God.
And I believe many others, sensing the deeper mystery here, are doing the same thing - looking strangers in the eye, grasping hands, and greeting one another like long lost sisters and brothers.