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- v. To join into a team, or into teams.
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- v. form a team
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When Cowdray arrived at Groves 'headquarters and gave verbal instructions which were to despatch C Squadron combat team up the centre route in order to re-establish the line along the crest between Blickheim and Kuppenheim, which he now designated vital ground, the theme was one of subtle infiltration rather than blunt confrontation.
We take a small extraction team up to the abandoned factory warehouse up on Allegheny Avenue and hope most of their forces are headed this way.
In recognition of the export potential of the commercially-focused arts sector, I urge the arts and cultural community to team up with Austrade, the Federal Government's export facilitation agency, to ensure Australian talent takes star billing in the international market place.
If it was me, I’d send the best blowtorch team up this draw to the right”—they looked at a smudged map at the command post a few hundred yards back—“with a BAR and a tommy-gunner as cover, your best NCO running the show.
Taking a page right out of George Steinbrenner’s time-honored “Sense of Urgency Handbook,” General Manager Brian Cashman cancelled a trip to Triple-A affiliate Scranton, then rerouted to Atlanta to see the team up close.
Excitedly, NASA sent a small team up to Milne to take some drill cores.
I finish a screenplay about an aging wrestler, who just happens to be half-Asian, who has to team up with a group of kids to save the world.
At the request of Queen Elizabeth, Vixen must team up with Christopher Marlowe, dashing playwright and part-time secret agent to uncover Guy Fawke's nefarious plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament.