Thesaurus / unite


A weighted blanket will be most effective if each partner has their own along with a larger duvet or comforter on top to unite two sleepers.
Alpha Global forms to unite Alphabet workers around the worldAlpha Global announced its formation earlier this week to unite Alphabet workers around the world, including those from the Alphabet Workers Union in the United States, The Verge reported.
By embracing a content hub, this business was able to unite teams, gain clearer insight of their asset library, and improve productivity and efficiency across the content supply chain.
Something we did agree on, something that I felt was really important, is we felt the necessity of having a poem that spoke to an America uniting together.
These are defining, dividing as well as uniting stories for the country.
There were so many people from all different parts of the country, all united in the same goal.
Then, he united that survey with a model that incorporated an element of political gaming, but at the same time eliminated the Republican bias.
As the leader of the Northern Democrats, he sought to unite his party behind Lincoln’s leadership.
Now when you know that safety is crucial within the web, it’s time for the SEO and IT team to unite the forces and make up a reliable strategy that will raise the website’s ranking and maintain the security of your site.
It further united the networks by enabling users to post Instagram Stories to their Facebook news feed.


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