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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of align.

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Examples

  • The more McCain aligns with Bush, the better for Dems in the fall, and the better for a new America.

    Pelosi blasts, McCain defends Bush comments

  • The new name aligns the space weather center with the other NCEP centers and more clearly conveys its operational nature.

    Unthreaded #20 « Climate Audit

  • In the webcast, Goodwin took a swipe at HP, saying the company no longer "aligns" with its

    Latest from Computerworld

  • In the webcast, Goodwin took a swipe at HP, saying the company no longer "aligns" with its

    CIO.in

  • In the webcast, Goodwin took a swipe at HP, saying the company no longer "aligns" with its

    CIO.in

  • In the webcast, Goodwin took a swipe at HP, saying the company no longer "aligns" with its

    Computerworld

  • “It also aligns with our government affairs efforts,” she added.

    Beer: For craft brewers, size matters

  • Gasland aligns with a very credible narrative, one that folks on the right and left largely resonate with: neither big business nor regulators can be trusted.

    Bill Shireman: The "Inconvenient Truth" Behind Gasland

  • Gasland aligns with a very credible narrative, one that folks on the right and left largely resonate with: neither big business nor regulators can be trusted.

    Bill Shireman: The "Inconvenient Truth" Behind Gasland

  • Defining a protest song as that "which addresses a political issue in a way which aligns itself with the underdog," Dorian Lynskey's book begins with the first time protest met pop: Billie Holiday driving the faint of heart out of Café Society in Greenwich Village in 1939 with the harrowing antilynching ballad "Strange Fruit."

    Angry Howls, Righteous Beats

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