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At the same time, Supernatural’s omnipresent American heartland aesthetic wasn’t exactly easy to align with its weird fangirl demographic.

From Vox

What’s also interesting with ESG is that there are opportunities to buy “bad” stocks that have material aspects of their business model aligned with ethical considerations.

From Fortune

These investments include risk and benefits that don’t necessarily align perfectly with industry titans.

Publishers’ e-commerce operations have to be run in “unique ways that align with the values of their brands and shows that they know what their audiences want,” he said.

From Digiday

It’s known for aligning itself with the Occupy Wall Street protests and briefly taking down the New York Stock Exchange’s website.

Assad-affiliated Christian militias skirt around the territory of rival groups aligned with the YPG.

ISIS and the Nusra Front were once aligned under the al Qaeda banner but have been bitter rivals over the past year.

Generally, the foreigner is a class of person often aligned with other vulnerable populations like widows and orphans.

The Barzeh truce sparked outrage from commentators aligned with the opposition, who viewed it as little more than capitulation.

There was far less sense that military rank was aligned with social rank.

On the 6th the sky was still overcast, but a lucky peep at noon aligned us on the exact latitude of the depot.

We have never aligned ourselves with either Argo or Hama, but rise in the sexless swell of the ocean.

The three women aligned themselves in profile along the rail as if they were seated on unseen horses.

Deveny saw Colver and Rogers among those who had aligned themselves with Harlan.

It was not easy to understand how the beam had been kept perfectly aligned while it was picked up and squeaked at.

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On this page you'll find 87 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to aligned, such as: even, flush, level, parallel, plane, and regular.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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