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I suspect the Prime Minister and the Chancellor will hang together.
Someone once said 'If we don't hang together we will hang alone' May I paraphrase that; 'If we don't hang together we are hanging ourselves'.
We must all hang together, or most assuredly we shall all hang separately.
In 1944, with apparently nothing else to do, he finally got around to putting together a sequence of waltzes from Acts 1 and 2, along with some new connecting material to make the whole thing hang together better.
It helped us mature as a team, helped us understand that we have to hang together, be together as a tighter group.
They saw only thirteen colonies that could never hang together and would surely hang separately.
Components hang together uneasily: Diagonally placed cardboard-box pieces and the crawl spaces they create look like they might protect a skid-row sleeper; blue landmasses float Gondwanaland-like against dull gray "seas" on large maplike canvases; a little, leaning wood panel painted a lusterless orange and sky blue looks like Kara Walker's silhouettes, digits seemingly reaching upward in an ambiguous gesture commingling hope, degradation, and despair.
The Wayans brothers have a hoot in the leads, defying logic to make the preposterous plot hang together.
Instead, we'll get to solutions faster when we realize that we'll all hang separately unless we hang together.
Even if it doesn't completely hang together, Mopey reveals interesting movement ideas and an individual choreographic sensibility.