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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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Indeed, in almost all of the Combines through the late '50s, including even the smallest examples, massive discrepancies of internal scale prevent the beholder from resting assured in a given viewpoint and thus preclude any synthetic reading of the individual works, except of the most generalized nature.
Immediately after the intro in Columbus, we brought our field people to the John Deere training center in Davenport, Iowa, for an even higher level of training on the combines," he says.
For the mustard vinaigrette, in the bowl of a food processor, combine the garlic, shallot, mustard, lemon juice and vinegar and pulse to combine, about one minute, With the motor running, slowly add the olive oil in a thin, steady stream and puree until well combined.
For four years, the Reebok Preseason Combines have tested and schooled athletes all over the country.
In a mixing bowl, combine chicken, celery, green onions, lemon juice and pepper.
47 simply requires auditors to consider this fundamental fact: Current- and prior-period misstatements can combine to produce a material misstatement, even when neither misstatement is material when considered individually.
The combined company combines WPS Resources, which was named Fortune's "Most Admired Company" in the energy industry and Forbes' "Best Managed Utility Company in America" earlier this year, and Peoples Energy, which has a 150-year tradition of reliable customer service.
AGCO offers a full product line including tractors, combines, hay tools, sprayers, forage, tillage equipment and implements through more than 9200 independent dealers and distributors around the world.
This merger will create a strong, well-balanced company that combines the best practices and strategies of both entities.
The merger combines two very strong management teams.
The transaction includes a plant in Breganze, Italy, the Laverda line of non-hillside combines that are produced there, and a number of large square balers sold in Europe.
The pending merger, first announced on December 2, 1999, combines two of the strongest videoconferencing solutions providers in the country.