in harmony


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*in harmony

 (with someone or something)
1. Lit. in musical concord with someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) This part is in harmony with the tenor's solo. The tenor part is not in harmony with the accompaniment.
2. Fig. agreeable or compatible with someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) This is in complete harmony with our earlier discussions. Fred's position is quite clear. What you have said is not in harmony with Fred.
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First, the company's franchising development initiatives must be in harmony with its business values, credos and tenets.
Secondly, the company and its employees must be in harmony by moving in the same direction and employees must wholeheartedly support it.
Knox, the company's president, said that revenue growth in Harmony Brook's main product areas was even higher.
Kayden, President of Advocates for Privately Owned Public Space and a Harvard University professor of urban planning and design, also sees Lincoln Center's interest in Harmony Atrium as a model for future upgrading of similarly underperforming public spaces.
OTCBB:HAHO), resulting in Harmony becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of iNTELEFILM.
Research shows that women need to consume more of the nutrients found in Harmony.
The Communities in Harmony section of the site provides an overview of the CONTINENTAL HARMONY event, allowing visitors to sample works by some of America's most innovative composers and hear their stories of the creative process.
The additional purchase of shares brings our interest in Harmony to over 50% and will allow CBC to fully consolidate Harmony's revenues and expenses.
The first CA deliverables in Harmony are Opal(TM), Jasmine(TM), Ingres(TM) II, CA-IDMS(TM) and CA-DATACOM(TM).
30, 1997--Children's Broadcasting Corporation (CBC, Nasdaq National Market: AAHS) has acquired an additional interest in Harmony Holdings, Inc.