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grow together

(of things) To physically move closer together and connect or intertwine over time. That big bush out front is actually two smaller bushes that grew together. Molly, you have to wear a cast so that your broken bone grows together.
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grow together

[for things] to join together as they grow and develop. Two of these trees grew together when they were much smaller. The broken ends of the bone grew together far more rapidly than Chuck had thought.
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He remained until the various parts of the business had grown together, and until his plan for a "grand telephonic system" was under way and fairly well understood.
See that tree in there, just inside the gate, and the way the branches are grown together. It's a curiosity.
And yet the two young people had never declared their affection; they had grown together like two trees whose roots are mingled, whose branches intertwined, and whose intermingled perfume rises to the heavens.
After 30 years in business the boatyard and its R&D department have grown together and the firm continues to develop more and more sophisticated new products.
A spokesman for the club said: "It's fantastic that a team which had grown together through the club and learned how to play skilful and intelligent rugby had become double champions in their final year of playing together."
Both G12and a number of the microbial strains grew faster and were stable for longer periods when grown together. Two bacterial strains, however, also strongly stimulated G12 swimming, an activity that mimics normal environmental behavior.
Kidney beans can be grown together with Turkey, which will significantly reduce costs, the Minister suggested.
We've chosen three colours which look particularly eyecatching when grown together on your patio.
Several shrubs grown together ensures pollination for successful fruiting.
And they were grown together to use space efficiently and because of the beautiful symbiosis between the crops.
He concluded by saying the if the business is nor grown together, there s absolutely no change in terms.
We have grown together over the years and it feels like absolutely the right thing to stay with Red Bull for another season," The Age quoted Webber, as saying.
"And we've grown together through campaigning and, hopefully, through eventually governing together." The Todds are Democrats.
We have grown together over the years as a result of this partnership.
Hubert Joly, the company president and chief executive officer, said, 'Carlson and Rezidor have a long, common history and have grown together over the past 17 years.