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- v. To assemble, construct, or build.
- adj. Combined, assembled.
- adj. In total.
- adj. Stable; competent; responsible.
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- v. create by putting components or members together
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From the outset, the Wrights made clear that one of their goals was to put together a “big tent” coalition as a way of stopping the internecine warfare that threatened to cripple the autism advocacy movement.
I could instruct someone to put together a Model T.
In the late Persian period thirteen Maskilim were put together as a collection of meditations.
In our Connecticut office, we would like to thank our able editors, Valerie Howlett and Madeline Clapps, for their assistance in setting up our new offices, editing, and helping us put together the best possible books.
We settled on a date, Harold provided directions, Harold-style, and a booklet hed put together on their Dolceacqua apartment: fifteen or twenty bound pages of text and photos, in well-meaning English, that offered suggestions for dining, swimming, and low-key excursions.
The instrument Ed put together to finance my new company, GOPmarketplace.com, was called HELM, LLC.
Tenets counterterrorism team had put together a strategic assessment based on the accumulated set of indicators of a likely attack.
Arnold eventually put together a regiment in New York, made up almost entirely of deserters, that he called the American Legion.
If you are planning to homeschool, here are some suggestions, put together with the help of Dr. Rakestraw:
Without being a mason or a woodworker, you can understand how the buildings and furniture were madefrom stones and trees, not chemical compounds put together in some factory or laboratory.