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Over this tournament we've shown we've got a lot of commitment and togetherness, and it's perfect for us.
The musical piece, which was again about togetherness, was composed by
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has praised the teamwork and togetherness of his side after they demolished Birmingham 5-0 at Anfield.
But I think maybe the team spirit and the togetherness is still to come.
This togetherness produced results in the Championship, which, in turn, brought the supporters into that togetherness.
Mr Marc Dardenne, Chief Executive Officer, Emaar Hospitality Group and Emaar Hotels & Resorts, said: "Eid underscores the values of togetherness and solidarity, when friends and family meet to celebrate after a month of fasting and reflection.
Christmas is a time for togetherness, and that togetherness is worth fighting for.
Birmingham City team captain Lee Carsley believes that the club already possess three things that money can't buy - resilience, teamwork and togetherness.
If a kid thinks opposites don't make good pals, BLUE BURT AND WIGGLES maintains otherwise, showing how common concerns lead to unusual friendships: a good teaching guide for parents who wish to promote togetherness.
Having made a poor decision in choosing unfashionable Norfolk as a vacation spot, they are barely enduring the location and their togetherness when a strange 30ish woman, Amber, knocks at the door of their rental house and is invited in.
For Jews, Passover is a time of family togetherness and celebration, and for everyone, it's a good opportunity for reflection.
In various ways and by different modes of expression we're discussing humanity; life in here, out there: togetherness, separation.