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1, Environment protesters have made common cause with local people to stop the motorway being built.
2, U.S. officials expect other Western governments to make common cause with them over the arrests.
3, Hence, Subramanian argues, poor countries must make common cause with the US and other advanced economies in pressuring China to alter its currency policies.
4, We are happy to make common cause with local governments to provide better service.
5, As its leaders understand,(http://sentencedict.com/make common cause with.html) the Green Movement's future hinges crucially on its ability to make common cause with the Blues.
6, I agree, and this is an area where M.S. could make common cause with conservatives.
7, ECLECTICISM : Nor can we find any willingness to make common cause with false religiosity as long as Christianity is accepted as one among many legitimate viewpoints.
8, Behind her is a vast Empire, and she can make common cause with the British Empire, which commands the seas and is continuing the struggle.
9, At times, as with immigration and education, he can make common cause with Democrats.
10, I do not often agree with you, but I will make common cause with you over the matter of drainage.
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