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adverb coupled with, forward, in company with, in conjunction with, lengthwise, side by side, together, with
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And People Sport understands it is possible Fulham would be willing to include a clause in his contract that would allow Hughton to go for any manager's job that comes along.
It's a bit disappointing but I accept that at this stage in my career I need to be playing games and I've always said if the right offer comes along I'll definitely have a look at it.
I hope it works but what if a spider comes along that's bigger than the conker?
Sometimes business comes along that you don't want and sometimes business comes along that is too good an opportunity to turn down.
If an opportunity comes along for them we might let that happen, but I'm not going to be actively trying to force issues.
Beck) sees his role as a transitional one, preparing the ministry so that it can be handed over when the right native person comes along," reported Canada Lutheran, the ELCIC magazine.
If it's not Ralph Nader it's going to be someone else who comes along and spoils it.
We just wanted to get the course up and running," Di Gregorio said, "but by next year we'll be ready for anything that comes along.
A SIZING GAUGE COMES ALONG FOR THE RIDE TO HELP YOU DECIDE WHICH O-RING YOU NEED.
Now Arnold Schwarzenegger comes along, an immigrant from Austria who was able to get himself elected Governor of California.
Then someone comes along with a disruptive innovation that knocks the pegs out from under it.
Her Grandaunt Gloria struggles to help Candy straighten out and reclaim the energy to return to the basketball court, while her other, more distant aunt Elizabeth reluctantly comes along in what is meant to be a rejuvenating trip.