group together


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group someone or something together

to gather people or things together. Try to group all the smokers together at one table. Steve grouped all the dictionaries together.
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To get all the arrows to group together, some of the arrows needed to have different broadhead orientations than others, with no real pattern in relation to the fletching.
For instance, an engineering company may group together all the CAD/CAM files not accessed within the last 180 days which are located in several project folders.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- The British automotive manufacturer Jaguar and Land Rover, part of the Ford Group together with Volvo Car Corporation, is to outsource its entire department for development of aftermarket information to Semcon Informatic.
Patrick Colwell, senior director of Cushman & Wakefield's Metropolitan Area Capital Markets Group together with Andrew Merin Executive Vice President and head of the Metropolitan Area Capital Markets Group represented the seller, Metropolitan Life, and procured the purchaser.
coach Bruce Arena didn't expect the auditions to go this well before the tournament began, but then again he said he never has had a group together this long since he took over the squad in 1998.
A division of Hutchison Whampoa, the 3 Group together with Hutchison Telecommunications International, is the leading global player in the 3G arena, holding licences in 10 markets with total population coverage of approximately 175 million.
I don't know why we wouldn't keep this group together.
Now users can quickly group together contacts, companies, deals, tasks, support cases, emails and calls in a more abstract manner, giving Free CRM users the power to create collections of related information in a more abstract, higher level structure.
I put my group together like they put 'N Sync together,'' says Tony Butala, who founded the all-male vocal group in his parents' North Hollywood garage in 1958.
E[acute accent]The All-In-One is like a line of credit that can be used to group together bank accounts, short-term savings and loans in a single account.
Elected to the 40th Assembly District in November, he brought in several boxes of fliers listing people and organizations, all of which he wanted to group together in an easy-to-access manner.
Margaret Lebovitz, 75, helps bring the group together every week.
Shahed helped unveil the formation of the new group together with James D.
Haplogroups, defined by markers found in male (Y chromosome) and female (mitochondrial DNA), link the group together through the markers that first appeared in the group's most recent common ancestor.
Using an elegant technology encoded in the DVD game, we are now delivering consumers a 'smart living room' on a disc, immersing families or any group together in a game show environment.