form an alliance

See: unite
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You will not form an alliance, offensive or defensive?
Woodcourt, after expatiating to us on the fame of her great kinsman, said that no doubt wherever her son Allan went he would remember his pedigree and would on no account form an alliance below it.
She said that if Dacor, her brother, would only return he could easily be king of Amoz, and that then he and Ghak could form an alliance.
Summary: Ghaziabad (Uttar Pradesh) [India], August 23 (ANI): Samajwadi Party supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday warned that he would take a stand if his son and former Uttar Pradesh chief minister Akhilesh Yadav and his cousin Ram Gopal Yadav chose to form an alliance with any party.
Cargill and Bayer CropScience form an alliance to produce specialty canola for the supply of high stability oil to Cargill's food industry customers.
The tie-up makes the Nagoya-based power company Japan's first company to form an alliance in LNG procurement that is not conditional on price, amount and time of procurement.
Trelleborg Automotive, South Haven, MI, a manufacturer of automotive antivibration systems, announced that it is to form an alliance with Tokai Rubber Industries, a Japanese supplier of automotive non-tire rubber components.
One of the best and most overlooked ways to advance in your company is to form an alliance with your boss by establishing and maintaining an open line of communication.
Extensive work among the three companies in KWP's pilot facility during the past year, combined with a number of production systems, resulted in the decision to form an alliance to offer single source, pre-engineered extrusion systems to this growing market.