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in conjunction with (someone or something)

Jointly with someone or something; in tandem with someone or something. The tax changes are coming into effect in conjunction with several relief schemes for lower-income families. The director worked in conjunction with numerous psychologists to faithfully portray the disorder. My wife and I illustrate and write our books in conjunction with each other.
See also: conjunction
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in conˈjunction with

(formal) together with: The police are working in conjunction with tax officers on the investigation.The system is designed to be used in conjunction with a word processing program.
See also: conjunction
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The process of conjunction, regardless of being automatic or dependent on attentive resources, can occur either as voluntary or involuntary, or incidental.
[conjunction] [c.sub.t]," where [conjunction] denotes logical conjunction operator.
Given a property (predicate) [PHI], if the conjunction of the invariant [[conjunction].sup.n.sub.i] [[PHI].sub.i] and the interaction invariants W are able to establish the property, one concludes the verification.
The protagonist moves away from the present setting back to the initial setting of the narrative and a chronological and- conjunction joins his action to his voice for his mother; So he ran away into the forest and called out to his mother to come to him but there was no answer.'
Tseng & Liou (2006) inquired about the effects of online conjunction materials on college EFL students' writing.
However, it is possible that it was demanding enough to prevent participants from encoding the conjunction of object appearance and viewpoint.
A conjunctive type-sentence is the conjunction of two type-sentences by the type-connective "and", and a token of the conjunctive type-sentence is the conjunction of two token-sentences with a token "and".
The offer is valid from Sunday, May,31,2009 to Sunday,June 14, 2009.Not to be used in conjunction with any other offer.
A basic principle of probability is the conjunction rule, P (A & B) [less than or equal to] P (A).
Not to be used in conjunction with any offer, concessionary rate, family or season ticket or prebooked tickets.
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The AICPA submitted a comment letter to the Internal Revenue Service Oversight Board on the Service's five proposed long-term enterprise measures to be used in conjunction with the IRS's Strategic Plan for 2005-2009.