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1. He's trying to bring together various strands of radical philosophic thought.
2. Reviewing for exams gives you a chance to bring together all the individual parts of the course.
3. We hope to bring together the countries directly involved in the conflict.
4. They had to bring together bitterly opposed forces.
5. They bring together people with a shared experience of suffering the same problems.
6. To bring together these keys to the curriculum, the school year is organized around themes.
7. It will bring together project leaders from the partner institutes to plan and co-ordinate the research and to develop the multilateral team.
8. But you have to bring together the running, rapping and rhyming with reading writing and arithmetic.
9. Similarly, auctioneers bring together potential buyers and sellers of art, livestock, used farm equipment, and sometimes real estate.
10. Most of these bring together major property players[http://Sentencedict.com], looking for quick wins through their bulk-buying power.
11. The purpose of the meeting was to bring together young scientists, businessmen and journal publishers.
12. Each had a board of civil servants to bring together local representatives of central departments related to economic development.
13. Here we bring together a set of problems that may frustrate stabilization policy: lags, rational expectations, and political pressures.
14. The national conference will bring together chairmen and chief executives of business partnerships, City Challenges and TECs.
15. When you bring together two polar opposites, the classless one will always drag the other one down.
16. He bring together the children and say "The one who is the most obedient and never backchat mother will get the gift."
17. The Black church community has sought to bring together Christians from different denominational backgrounds.
18. Efforts to invent new ways to bring together Chinese money and Hong Kong stocks continue.
19. They bring together people interested in buying and selling securities order to create a universal price.
20. They bring together the beauties of nature[sentencedict.com], architecture and painting.
21. Floor brokers bring together buy orders with sell orders in an area called the pit.
22. China Web is an online community bring together Chinese and Western people.
23. The Final Project will bring together all the other activities in the course.
24. The final stage of the reorganisation which is currently in hand will bring together the service departments at four regional centres.
25. The research proposal involves the organisation of two seminars to bring together researchers in the two regions.
26. The London based group Centrepoint has come up with a plan to bring together the people needed to get more homes.
27. Their 6 tracks are all about fast and highly melodic punk-rock goodness and bring together the best of bands like STRIKE ANYWHERE, JAWBREAKER, LIFETIME and even HOT WATER MUSIC.
28. Be included in the scope of the current plan is to bring together a number of major rail and built around high-rise and large-scale underground business street terminal area.
29. This document is intended to initiate a conversation that will bring together the emerging cloud computing community (both cloud users and cloud providers) around a core set of principles.
30. Cadbury's unions opposed the move, worried about job cuts, but the firm's board has reasoned that the price is right to bring together the two companies to create the world’s biggest confectioner.
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