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affiliate (someone or something) to (someone or something)

To link or connect certain people or things. Please don't affiliate yourself to those other troublemakers in your class.
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affiliate (someone or something) with (someone or something)

To link or connect certain people or things. Please don't affiliate yourself with those other troublemakers in your class. I'm sorry, but our practice isn't affiliated with that program anymore.
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affiliate

(someone or something) to someone or something and affiliate (someone or something) with someone or something to cause a person or thing to be associated with some other person or thing. He did not want to affiliate his club to the other clubs. We tried to affiliate John with other people who shared his interests.

affiliate with

v.
1. To cause someone or something to associate or cooperate with someone or something: The badges that the scouts wear affiliate them with different troops. The medical school is affiliated with the university.
2. To associate or cooperate with someone or something: This medical school affiliates with the large university.
3. To associate someone with something or someone as a subordinate, employee, or member. Used reflexively: After she finished law school, she affiliated herself with a good law firm.
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The new affiliation fee for BS programmes was worth the same, Rs380,000.
The Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Naval Command termed the affiliation as another major step towards achieving greater synergy between the services.
Keeping their NBC affiliations are KSNV-3 in Las Vegas; WJAC-6 in Johnstown, Pa.; and WTOV-9 in the Steubenville-Weirton, W.
The historic affiliation ceremony commenced with an inspection of the tri-service guard of honour by senior officers of the three services.
Additionally, ABC also agreed to an extension of all affiliations with ABC affiliated stations that Sinclair provides sales and other services to under joint sales agreement.
The filing comes after all three hospital boards and the bishop of the Manchester diocese approved the affiliation.
According to a press release, the purpose of the affiliation is to create an integrated inpatient and outpatient health care delivery system, under common leadership, to meet the growing needs in Grant County.
Voters had until April 26 to change party affiliation. About that time, however, many county clerks around the state were already preparing to mail or had mailed ballots, officials said.
Launched at a start-studded event in Milan during Save the Dream Week, the new Community Affiliation Programme will aim to establish a global family of Save the Dream affiliated sport clubs, academies and associations across different sports who will commit to spreading the core values of sport within their communities, promote sport and its educational role at the grass-roots level as well as condemning discrimination and other breaches to the purity of sport.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) licenses Scopus, in part, because Scopus indexes author affiliations with affiliation identifiers that promise to make identification of UNMC's publications easy [1, 2].
The FDDI was affiliated with the University of Mewar but the latter pulled out the affiliation.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-July 10, 2015-CW Network, Sinclair Broadcast Group reach affiliation agreement
"In most cases our affiliation agreements formalize longstanding relationships that we, as the region's only academic medical center, already have with hospitals throughout Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado and Nevada," said UUHC's CEO, David Entwistle.
Baltimore, MD, December 26, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The Government Contracting class will hold “SBA Affiliation: Rules to Stay Eligible for Government Contracts” on January 28, 2015 at the bwtech@UMBC Research Park in Baltimore, Maryland.
In August CVS announced a clinical affiliation with MedStar Health Inc., the largest health care provider in Maryland and the Washington, D.C., area.