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combine

(Act in concert), verb act as one, act jointly, affiliate with, ally, associate, band together, coact, collude, concert, confederate, conspire, cooperate, coordinate, enlist with, enter into partnership with, form a union, harmonize, join forces, join with, league with, make common cause with, marry, pair with, particiiate with, pool, rally, syncretize, syndicate, take part, team up with, unite, work in unison, work together
Associated concepts: Anti-Monoply Act, antitrust

combine

(Join together), verb admix, affix, agglutinate, amalgamate, annex, append, attach, bind, blend, coalesce, cohere, colligate, commingle, commix, compound, conglomerate, conglutinate, coniungere, conjoin, connect, consociare, consolidate, couple, entwine, fasten, form a union, fuse, glue, group, immix, inosculate, interblend, interlink, intermix, intertwine, intertwist, interweave, link, make a mixture, meld, merge, mingle, miscere, mix, paste, piece together, secure, splice, stick together, tack together, tie, unify, unite
Associated concepts: combined offense, combined property
See also: accumulate, add, adhere, affix, alliance, amalgamate, annex, arrange, associate, association, attach, bond, business, cartel, cement, coalition, cohere, commingle, compact, compile, concentrate, confederacy, conjoin, connect, connive, consolidate, conspire, cooperate, coordinate, corporation, crystallize, federalize, federate, federation, include, incorporate, join, league, merge, organize, party, pool, society, syndicate, trust, unite
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The southwest has 49 per cent combined and 20 per cent swathed or ready to straight combine; the southeast has 32 per cent combined and 27 per cent swathed or ready to straight combine.
Crow, for example, criticizes Cage and Steinberg for refusing to singularize specific iconographic elements in their pioneering analyses of the Combines--a refusal indispensable both to Cage's conception of the Combine as an assembly of indifferent differences and to Steinberg's famous concept of the "flatbed picture plane"--and he laments that Rauschenberg's choice of individual elements is "ruled out of serious consideration in most quarters," a somewhat disingenuous claim given the decoding frenzy I've already mentioned.
While the steps involved to combine apartments may seem fairly cumbersome, the completed project can be very gratifying.
Within John Deere, many viewed the introduction of the new 60 Series Combines and 600 Series Grain Platforms as a watershed moment.
For the tuna: In a saucepan, combine dashi, mirin and shoyu; heat to 120 degrees.
College coaches from Hawaii to Florida use the Combine report to locate student athletes who meet their athletic and academic requirements.
My initial purpose for attending the tour was to see for myself all of the costs involved with producing this combine and to witness how a factory of this magnitude operates," says Robert Lucas of Irene, S.
For the tartare: In a medium bowl set over an ice bath, combine all ingredients and mix until incorporated.
To make Marinated Vegetables, combine olive oil, garlic, basil, salt and pepper; mix well.
Add the sansho pepper, yogurt, shiso leaves and toss to combine.
In a large saucepan, combine all ingredients and heat to boiling.
Athletes work and train very hard preparing for their presence at the Combines; we are putting forth the same efforts to make the Combine 4.