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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 dissociative identity disorder. My wife and I illustrate and write our books in 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.
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Further, in Bund, there are new relations created between preserved old buildings in the foreground of skyline and modern objects in the background, then, specific way of comprehending and approaching to both skylines which are connected by the river into one magical and conjunctional panoramic site.
opposed to conjunctional alienation, identity can be an illusion.
So proper dialogue on John 8 neither overlooks the harsh statements against the Jews and explains them in a setting in life of that time, nor allows misguided judgments of mean-spirited hermeneutics to pass by unchallenged, nor allows a conjunctional albeit controversial thought go by untested.
Moreover, "scalar" deja operates on the content level of its host utterance, whereas thematic deja is more like a conjunctional adverb, and thus operates on the level of the speech act, presenting the first argument of a series.
06%) FD BD FLD Cosmetic 0 1 0 Grammatical 7 2 0 Mechanical 14 7 1 Informational 43 24 12 Referential 0 2 2 Conjunctional 2 0 3 Lexical 4 1 0 Isabel's Revising Processes PD + FD BD + FLD Word 31 24 Phrase 5 12 Clause 0 0 Sentence 0 6 Paragraph 0 0 Global 0 0 Surface 24 16 Total: 60 (71.
Other symptoms were: conjunctional congestion; non-pitting swelling (oedema) of feet; hepatomegaly; spleenomegaly; ascites; Bowen's disease (suspected); and gangrene.
The conjunctional Brazilian Portuguese periphrasis "so que": (in)variance.