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A person who helps at a difficult time is a person who you can really rely on:‘you are a friend in need, you are, Edie’
- ‘As the English saying goes; a friend in need is a friend indeed.’
- ‘First she must help the ant because a friend in need is a friend indeed and she can find another worm soon.’
- ‘We all have been hearing from our childhood days that a friend in need is a friend indeed.’
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