ally (oneself) to

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ally (oneself) to

To join or unite with another person or group. In order to survive the attack, I allied myself to the invading soldiers. We need to ally ourselves to management if we want to keep our jobs.
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ally oneself to someone or something

to unite or affiliate oneself with someone or something. She sought to ally herself to the older members. Jane allied herself to the teacher almost immediately.
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One comprehensive sweep of the long night stick threw the ally to the floor and forced Pete to a corner.
Ally's CEO Jeffrey Brown, Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan, Bedrock Detroit's CEO Jim Ketai and Detroit Water Ice Factory founder and author Mitch Albom joined together to officially cut the ribbon on Ally Detroit Center and welcome Ally to its new Detroit headquarters.
Shifting toward a single primary federal regulator will position Ally to have a regulatory environment more in line with its peers as the banking subsidiary becomes a larger part of the overall company.'
'The conversion of the MCP stock to common stock better positions Ally to execute its plan to repay the U.S.
In addition, Fitch expects Ally to seek to redeem the remaining Series A preferred securities over the course of 2016.
America is not the only NATO ally to have lost soldiers in Operation Enduring Freedom.