propinquity

nearness in time or place affinity of nature 
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Propinquity

Pro·pin'qui·ty noun [ Latin propinquitas , from propinquus near, neighboring, from prope near.] 1. Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity. 2. Nearness in time. Sir T. Browne. 3. Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity. Shak.
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propinquity

1. Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity. ... 2. Nearness in time. ... 3. Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity. ... Origin: L. Propinquitas, from propinquus near, neighboring, from prope near. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Propinquity

• (n.) Nearness in time. • (n.) Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity. • (n.) Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity.
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Propinquity

In social psychology, propinquity iː (from Latin propinquitas, `nearness`) is one of the main factors leading to interpersonal attraction. It refers to the physical or psychological proximity between people. Propinquity can mean physical proximity, a kinship between people, or a similarity in nature between things (`like-attracts-like`). Two ...
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propinquity

closeness
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Propinquity

[novel] Propinquity is a 1986 novel by Australian author/journalist, John Macgregor. The manuscript won the Adelaide Festival Biennial Award for Literature; the novel was short-listed for The Age Book of the Year. Its author was compared by critics with PG Wodehouse, Don DeLillo, Julian Barnes, Umberto Eco and Australian Nobellist Patrick W
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