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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of team.
- adj. Associated with others in a team
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Yoked in, or as in, a team.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Shortly after the label teamed with Atlantic in 2005, Ramen signed a traditional recording deal for Paramore, a high school–aged quartet from Tennessee featuring singer Hayley Williams, a sixteen-year-old Kewpie doll with Creamsicle-colored hair.
Then-principal Howard Lapin teamed with his teachers to revamp Foshay Junior High into a K-12 school, to nurture kids all the way through if they wanted to stay.
When the Goldstone Report was released, Baird once again teamed up with Ellison, this time to defend the integrity of Justice Goldstone and to decry the efforts of their colleagues in Congress who were demanding that the report's findings be rejected.
McNabb and Torain teamed on a short touchdown pass, but McNabb had only a 75.7 passer rating.
Nine years after their snow sculpture, Helaman Ferguson and Stan Wagon again teamed up to generate a Costa model — but this time the work was done in solid stone.
After the success of Destination Moon, Robert A. Heinlein teamed up with television producer Jack Seaman to bring to the small screen an anthology series based on both Heinlein's existing short stories and a number of new treatments.
I too would love to see McCain teamed with Huckabee.
We think it would be more appropriate if Palin teamed up with Mark Wahlberg to talk to a moose and then winked it to death in front of a live and horrified studio audience.
You now become a real sorrugate for Clinton and McCain teamed up against Obama.
John McCain teamed up with Mike Huckabee in his home state of Arkansas Friday, and the two had some tough words for Barack Obama.
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