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Propinquity (novel)         
BOOK BY JOHN MACGREGOR
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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.
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PHYSICAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL PROXIMITY BETWEEN PEOPLE
Propinquity effect; Rule of propinquity
·noun Nearness in time.
II. Propinquity ·noun Nearness of blood; kindred; affinity.
III. Propinquity ·noun Nearness in place; neighborhood; proximity.
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PHYSICAL OR PSYCHOLOGICAL PROXIMITY BETWEEN PEOPLE
Propinquity effect; Rule of propinquity
n.
1.
Nearness, proximity, vicinity, neighborhood, contiguity, adjacence.
2.
Kindred, affinity, nearness of blood, relationship, consanguinity, connection.

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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.