common effort

See: coaction
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Allen made her way through the throng of men by the door, as swiftly as the necessary caution would allow; Catherine, however, kept close at her side, and linked her arm too firmly within her friend's to be torn asunder by any common effort of a struggling assembly.
Granting that you are not intelligent," he went on, "that you are weak, that you are common, that you are nothing that I have believed you were--what I ask of you is not heroic effort, it is a very common effort.
He told me it was remarkable that Englishmen had a greater presence of mind in their distress than any people that ever he met with; that their unhappy nation and the Portuguese were the worst men in the world to struggle with misfortunes; for that their first step in dangers, after the common efforts were over, was to despair, lie down under it, and die, without rousing their thoughts up to proper remedies for escape.
They've been visiting together certain number of regional key actors in particular Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia as a way of involving them in a common effort to restart the engine of the peace process.
The Council members, in their statement, further emphasized that rather than being intimidated by such continued acts of barbarism perpetrated by Daesh, they have stiffened their resolve that there has to be a common effort amongst governments and institutions, including those in the region most affected, to counter Daesh, Ansar Al Shari'a entities, and all other individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with Al-Qaida.
Libya's neighbours have agreed to build a framework to "organise common effort to achieve the best results in the fastest possible time".
The UN Security Council has strongly condemned the kidnapping and murder by Islamic State terrorists of scores of Sunni tribesmen whose bodies were found in mass graves in Iraq's Anbar province, and urged the world to unite in a common effort to defeat the group and stamp out the violence and hatred it espouses.
There has to be a common effort amongst governments and institutions, including those in the region most affected, to counter ISIL, AlNusra Front and all other individuals, groups, undertakings and entities associated with AlQaida," in line with relevant UN resolutions, said the Council, emphasizing through its statement that "the intolerance, violence and hatred ISIL espouses must be stamped out.
John Allen pointed "to a widening circle of international understanding in order to support Iraq in the war with terrorism, stressing that more than / 50 / States currently stands with Iraq and in the common effort to fight (IS).
They further emphasized that such "continued acts of barbarism" perpetrated by ISIL do not intimidate them but rather stiffen their resolve that there has to be a common effort amongst governments and institutions, including those in the region most affected, to counter ISIL, Al-Nusra Front and all other individuals, groups, undertakings, and entities associated with Al-Qaida as per UN Resolution 2170.
Through hands-on efforts at the community level, these United Ways are bringing together individuals and resources in a common effort to build lasting change in education, income and health outcomes.
In statements to CNA on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the accession of Cyprus to the EU, Vassiliou said that the European orientation of Cyprus "will reward us in our common effort for a united, free Cyprus with a robust economy.