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As Jenks suggests, tying up with AirAsia would make sense as the most savvy business decision.

The SBU appears to be covering tracks, getting rid of evidence, tying up loose ends.

It was a relentlessly plot-driven show, and the writers were very good about making connections and tying up loose ends.

Valle allegedly admitted he would “really get off knocking her out, tying up her hands and bare feet, and gagging her.”

And after tying up the governor, they extracted all the secrets of the South Carolina National Guard.

Karl Philip has no romantic ideas of justice, or of old parchments tying up a man.

We were270 at the rail, looking down on the tedious process of the tying up to the dock.

This to the fellow whom Jan Boom had first stunned and whom he had just finished tying up in the most masterly manner.

The man whom Hunterleys and Mr. Grex were tying up was still groaning and cursing.

The man finished tying up the gash, and the boy said, "I think I'll go home now, master."


On this page you'll find 105 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tie up, such as: bind, clog, lock up, confine, curb, and delay.

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