teamwork[ teem-wurk ]SEE DEFINITION OF teamwork
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It was, as Paul declared to his colleagues, a triumph of teamwork.
In a way, this is certainly so, since teamwork can accomplish things that mobs cannot do.
They must get to them that way fairly often, to judge by the teamwork they use when it does happen.
Between Burr and Olds there was the finest sort of teamwork.
But Lawrenceville rallied and for the rest of the game their teamwork was masterly.
Self-reliance and teamwork are not opposing virtues; we must have both.
What we wish to have work together we must put together and give practice in teamwork.
Individually, nearly every fellow in the Brown line played really excellent football, but teamwork was missing.
It had never, perhaps, come to the minds of the boys that teamwork was a term that could be applied to work as well as to play.
We both look forward to steady progress toward peace through the cooperative action and teamwork of the free nations.