closely united

See: compact
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"As soon as we have a certain number of worthy men in every state, each of them again training two others and all being closely united, everything will be possible for our order, which has already in secret accomplished much for the welfare of mankind."
Each polypus, though closely united to its brethren, has a distinct mouth, body, and tentacula.
We will not venture to say whether it was from terror created by the threats or from tenderness at seeing four friends so closely united.
As to getting very closely united to him, I am not fond enough of him for that.
Being a street child, afflicted with myopathy, he is closely united with Christ in his suffering and joy," Ongtioco said.
Closely united, we shall be able to face the most challenging adversities.
For Kohl, a closely united Europe was a deeply emotional matter, as well as the key condition for Europe's peace and Germany's well-being.
Most interesting, at least at face value, is the fact that Aguinaldo's Christmas message is actually a resignation letter; he asked to be allowed to step down from the presidency, citing his strong desire A| to see the people closely united and professing his incompetence.
The soviet people, closely united and led by the Party, won a world- historic victory in the Great Patriotic War.
It is a tremendous opportunity for me to be joining this closely united British company that has been growing in the Middle East and I look forward to using my experiences to help Alderley continue on this upward trend." Ford graduated from Western Technical College with a degree in Computer Science and has relocated from Dallas, Texas with his family to Dubai.
She analysed what she described as the "two Britains", one of which consisted of families that stayed closely united, steering their way through difficulties.
This indissolubility keeps the components closely united (1) and enables achieving an ideal academic education.