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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.
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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.
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Even in the infancy of our nation, groups of people banded together to promote the common good of those living together for a variety of purposes.
As an example, Beef Information Exchange (BIE) is a coalition of animal ID data service companies (including AgInfoLink) that banded together to facilitate development of information-sharing standards.
A coalition of waste and recycling industry associations and companies has banded together to fight the company's efforts to receive an STB exemption.
In 1889, a small group of friends banded together to help serve the social, educational and cultural needs of the Jewish refugees crowding the Lower East Side.
Just the day before getting his award, Moses had been part of panel of superintendents from seven high performing school districts that have banded together formally as the Western States Benchmarking Consortium.
The wealthy venture capitalist has been living on the island for three years to avoid being served the subpoenas, injunctions and other legal papers from his four ex-wives who have banded together to get even with Preston and take him for all he is worth.
WITH THE: California Arts Council budget reduced drastically, four San Francisco Bay Area community foundations and three state and national foundations have banded together to create a $1 million fund benefiting a key player often excluded from philanthropic largesse--the individual artist.
Parents in Boyd County have banded together in an organization called Defenders Voice, which is supported by the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF), a religious liberties public-interest legal group.
Forest Products Leadership Alliance (FPLA), Atlanta, Georgia, USA is a new announced alliance of several key paper industry organizations which have banded together to take a leadership role in providing professional development options for the industry in the areas of management and leadership skills.
A group of 11 Michigan tooling firms, including four plastics moldmakers, have banded together in an effort to stem the migration of moldmaking jobs overseas and boost competitiveness in the global marketplace.
To address any challenges big box stores may pose to small retailers, local businesses have banded together to take advantage of the influx by cross-promoting one another's products, and through other strategies.
Bishops of three Roman Catholic dioceses banded together in early August to announce they would deny communion to politicians who support reproductive rights.
The presidents got a taste for success Last spring, when they banded together in a less coordinated way.
But how long can Softbank CEO Masayoshi Son fight against the deep pockets of an NTT banded together with the sole purpose of eliminating pesky price-cutters like Softbank?
In the midst of this devastation, a small band of teenagers and children have found each other and banded together in a Florida town to help each other survive.