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Lastly — and perhaps most important — even though the political divide was as wide in his time as in ours, Churchill fostered respect and collegiality.
The game has since become for many a symbol of Capitol Hill collegiality -- something lacking in Washington in recent years -- and a sign that democracy is more powerful than any gunman.
But mostly she was remembered as a lawmaker whose collegiality was contagious.
The letter provides additional insight into the culture of collegiality that is shared between Division staff and third party activist organizations.
If the filibuster goes away, so does yet another layer of collegiality in Congress—and another way to shore up Washington’s credibility.
Here’s a movie about female friendship and collegiality — which, of course, also entails rivalry, miscommunication and shifting allegiances — that feels no need to entangle any of its heroines in a heterosexual romance plot.
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