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esprit de corps
PRONUNCIATION:(eh-SPREE duh COR)
MEANING:noun: A spirit of solidarity; a sense of pride, devotion, and honor among the members of a group.
ETYMOLOGY:From French esprit (spirit), de (of), corps (body, group).
USAGE:"Using cooking to promote an esprit de corps and employee bonding had its beginnings on the West Coast."
Jonnie Bassaro; Corporate Employees Bond Through Cooking; News-Times (Danbury, Connecticut); Sep 17, 2007.
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A THOUGHT FOR TODAY:Commandment Number One for any truly civilized society is this: Let people be different. -David Grayson [pen name of Ray Stannard Baker], journalist, author (1870-1946)
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