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  1. A friend is a fictional character from the 2011 film "Goodbye First Love".
  2. A friend is a fictional character from the 1964 film Before the Revolution.
  3. A Friend is a fictional character from the 1936 film Devdas.
  4. A friend is a fictional character from the 1983 film Narcissus.

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"A friend" is a book by Elma Schemenauer.


  1. "A Friend" a.k.a. "A Friend..." is a 2014 short comedy drama film written by Pierre-Yves Hampartzoumian, Laurent Poujois and directed by Pierre-Yves Hampartzoumian.
  2. "A Friend" is a film.
    • also known as Un Amico
    • genre: Drama
    • released in (49 years ago)


  1. "A Friend" is a musical album of Nina Åström.
    • released in (17 years ago)
  2. "A Friend" is a composition.
  3. "A Friend" is a composition.


A Friend is a cataloged instance, musical recording, canonical version.

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Google previewFrom the Heart - A Collection of Poetry (2010)

A Collection of Poetry by E.G. Moore

A friend is a person who cares about you deeply; Who will not abandon you when trouble calls; Who will check on you in summer, winter, spring and fall; Who often knows you better than you know yourself. A friend is a person who will not ...

Google previewHope, Joy, Peace, Love: Living life through Inspiration (2011)

by Fabienne Gassmann

A friend is a light A friend is a ...

Google previewExploring Values (2015)

An Analytical Study of the Philosophy of Value (Axiology) by Petrus Eko Handoyo

A friend is that other person with whom we can share our solitude, our silence, and our prayer. A friend is that other person with whom we can look at a tree and say, “Isn't beautiful”, or sit at the beach and silently watch the sun disappear under ...

Google previewTop 10 Tips for Building Friendships (2012)

by Dale-Marie Bryan

Well, for one, having a friend means you always have someone to go places and do things with. You don't have to be alone unless you want to be. Having friends is also healthy for you. Studies cited in a New York Times article by Tara ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Literary Pseudonyms in the English Language (2015)

by T.J. Carty

FRIDOLIN Francis John Harrison Rankin A FRIEND Zachary Grey Sir Richard Hill Luke Howard Edward Mangin John Oldmixon FRIEND, ED Richard E. Wormser A FRIEND AND BROTHER OFFICER Sir Henry Yule A FRIEND IN THE CITY ...

Google previewA William Somerset Maugham Encyclopedia (1997)

by Samuel J. Rogal

"A FRIEND IN NEED" having come to Thursday Island aboard a Japanese tramp steamer from Sydney, hears about the ninety-three-year-old, French- speaking Corsican t Joseph de Pa- oli (French Joe) from tCaptain Bartlett, a pilot whom ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Proverbs (2008)

by Jennifer Speake

A friend in need is one who helps when one is in need or difficulty. Cf. EURIPIDESHecuba 1. 1226 for in adversity good friends are most clearly seen; ENNIUSScaenica 210 (Vahlen) amicus certus in re incerta cernitur, a sure friend is known in ...

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It is bitter to lose a friend to evil, before one loses him to death. (Mary Renault)
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