- adj. idiomatic Closely cooperative.
- adv. alternative spelling of hand in glove.
“Sean Penn refers to a hand-in-glove approach: immediate survival and economic sustainability must be addressed at the same time, with a strategy that coordinates both humanitarian relief and job creation.”
“The end-game is for the NHS to be working hand-in-glove with you as the fastest adopter of new ideas in the world," Mr. Cameron told the audience of pharmaceutical executives.”
“Clearly there's a precedent: Michelin tires are "hand-in-glove compartment" to the famous Michelin restaurant guide.”
“Cameron will say he wants the NHS to be "working hand-in-glove with industry as the fastest adopter of new ideas in the world".”
“Likewise, Urbana reports that Darrell Issa of California, the ranking Republican on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, described Acorn at a December hearing as a 'criminal organization' working hand-in-glove with the Obama administration.”
“But his hand-in-glove cooperation with the Obama administration could also be an impediment in the nomination fight.”
“Two excellent examples that work hand-in-glove can be found in the United States, with the African Growth and Opportunity Act AGOA and the Millennium Challenge Corporation.”
“Hezbollah is a disciplined and hierarchical organization that works hand-in-glove with Damascus and answers to its masters in Tehran.”
“Imperva's survey results go hand-in-glove with Verizon's 2009 Data Breach Investigations Report.”
“Under his guidance, Egyptian intelligence has worked hand-in-glove with the CIA's counterterrorism programs, most notably in the 2003 rendition of an al-Qaeda suspect known as Abu Omar from Italy.”
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