twine together

See: intertwine
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Broadly speaking, Hage's latest book seems to twine together the themes visited in his earlier work.
While you're standing on the hay, your helper can tie the strands of twine together. Please be careful, though, and make sure you have something sturdy to hang onto, because the baler could tip over.
Scorching romance and enjoyable mystery twine together in this charming story of a hero and heroine batding strict class expectations.
She opened the cafe on May 30, 2015, so she's been at it less than a year, officially, but there were a lot of ideas she wanted to twine together. That began years ago.
Chavez's landslide re-election victory in December 2006 will create the demand for yet another edition of this book to pick up the threads of Venezuela's democratic processes as they continue to unravel or begin to twine together.
the trees are many-coloured and the ground is nothing but a living carpet, where rubies, turquoises, emeralds and opals twine together in wild arabesques.
They should be planted out before they really start to twine together.