work together

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We have worked together in time past, but we work together no more in time present nor yet future.
But their five years of official work together seemed to have put a barrier between them that cut off warmer relations.
Together with our friends and allies, we will work together to shape change, lest it engulf us.
And, gathering her work together, she was hastening away, when Elizabeth called out:
You see, I use the epithet 'my friend' because at a time like this all Frenchmen must forget their differences and work together for the good and honour of their country.
But when we take all his work together, we find that we have such a picture of the times in which he lived as perhaps only Chaucer besides has given us.
Salton, into full confidence, and that in future all would work together.
Let us all work together in harmony, and strive to make Our Magazine an influence for good and a source of innocent pleasure, and let us always remember the words of the poet.
Then this must be our notion of the just man, that even when he is in poverty or sickness, or any other seeming misfortune, all things will in the end work together for good to him in life and death: for the gods have a care of any one whose desire is to become just and to be like God, as far as man can attain the divine likeness, by the pursuit of virtue?
I therefore put the issue squarely to you all; shall we bury our animosities and work together with and for one another while we remain upon Caprona, or must we continue thus divided and but half armed, possibly until death has claimed the last of us?
You know perfectly well what I mean--it will go far better with you if we work together as friends.
That,' rejoined the Dodger, with a wave of his pipe, 'That was all out of consideration for Fagin, 'cause the traps know that we work together, and he might have got into trouble if we hadn't made our lucky; that was the move, wasn't it, Charley?