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band together

To unite with others, often for a particular cause or reason. We all need to band together if we want to stop that bully. You guys will not beat this team unless you put aside your differences and band together.
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band together (against someone or something)

to unite in opposition to someone or something; to unite against someone or something. We must band together against the enemy. Everyone banded together to finish the cleanup work.
See also: band, together

band together

v.
1. To form a cohesive and cooperative group; unite: The people who opposed the new policy banded together to fight it.
2. To cause some things or people to form into a cohesive or cooperative group; unite things or people: The fact that we all had gone to the same school banded us together, and we became good friends.
See also: band, together
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The purpose of Band Together Pittsburgh (a recognized 501 (c) 3 non profit organization) is to employ the power of music to engage youth on the autism spectrum and their families.
For more information and to .buy tickets, visit www.wegottickets.co.uk and search Band Together or find the event on Facebook.
"From roots and soul, to hip-hop and jazz, to everything in between, this year's Last Band Standing has everything a local music lover could want," said Matt Strickland, executive director for Band Together NC.
The Band Together wristbands are on sale at www.mathewstreetfestival.
This scenario would make sense in a lot of other states, for concrete and asphalt recyclers to band together with the CMRA to promote ways to improve and increase their businesses.
These friends band together to defeat the evil worm who wants Finn as his annual sacrifice.
Obviously, it's not fair if the wealthier parents band together and raise enough money to put class sizes at 15 in kindergarten if other schools in the same district have 27 children per kindergarten class.
From big-city mayors to provincial cabinet ministers, the talk is that northerners need to band together to survive.
My suggestion is that cruise lines band together and put pressure on the local governments to take whatever steps are necessary to make all ports-of call safe.
Ever since their first meeting, the fourth Sunday of each month has become a sacred time for the Oracle Set women to band together for literary discourse at members' homes, art galleries or bookstores, often with an invited guest author in their midst.
The churches, in opposing apartheid, needed to band together, so the ecumenical movement there had a strong foundation, she said in an interview.
AHPs would allow small businesses to band together and, through trade and professional associations, purchase affordable benefits, essentially acquiring them at bulk rate.
She generally approves of citizen consumers, and generally disapproves of purchaser consumers; it's good when consumers band together to demand safer cars, or an end to segregation, but not when they band together to limit property taxation or to build walls around their suburbs.
As coalition members band together in data networks, communication channels emerge, facilitating the exchange of best practices, market intelligence and benchmarking strategies, which, in turn, can drive continuous advancement for the entire group.