sticking together


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"I think what we have shown this season has been a huge fight and sticking together and that's why those numbers are coming to Preston and the players will respond that I am sure."
"To be fair, Bernard's gone in there and talked about sticking together and he's spot on.
This year is going to be unbelievably difficult and if after three games we're not sticking together it's going to be even harder.
The tissues and organs inside your body normally have slippery surfaces, which prevent them from sticking together. If the tissues inside your body are irritated, for example during surgery or following an infection, your body's healing process triggers a response.
The Hot Right Now singer said she has been "very vocal about women sticking together" but many people were "scared" to use the word "feminist".
ADAM Lallana believes sticking together is the key to Liverpool turning around their season.
We are sticking together and maybe, because of the extra day we have before playing Spurs, there will be extra training sessions slotted in."
Holtby (below) said: "We are sticking together. We are not discussing things that are happening outside - that is not our job.
Kourtney also revealed that the Kardashian family are "sticking together" after news of the split and those closest to the 31-year-old socialite are all rallying round to give her support.
Maradona reminded everyone that sticking together is crucial in dark times like these, so that through darkness they could shed some light on the tragedy and go on to compete in his honour as that is what Awana would have wanted.
Lydia, Amber and Lee are sticking together, terrified to be alone.
Ellesmere Port car workers have just the same qualities as their counterparts in Halewood - including sticking together with their colleagues at other plants - and will no doubt be just as excellent workers for their new employers as those at Halewood have been for Tata.