in conjunction with

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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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1996 REEBOK SPORT CHALLENGE in conjunction with Scholastic Coach
These expectations apparently prime them to shape UFO episodes out of ambiguous events or unusual physical sensations that most often occur at night and in conjunction with a dream or sleep, the investigators contend.
and European television formats to the United States in conjunction with William Morris' offices in New York and Beverly Hills.
This program is being presented in conjunction with Affiliated FM Insurance Company, a member company of the FM Global Group, and a leading property insurer and loss prevention expert.
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In conjunction with the availability of its rebuilt Developer Zone, StreamBase also announced today that it has extended its Eclipse-based development platform with a new set of free plug-ins, also available as part of the rebuilt Developer Zone [See also STREAMBASE BROADENS FOOTPRINT TO OVER 2.
This latest Open AT([R]) Plug-In, C-GPS, based on Wavecom and eRide's market-leading A-GPS technology, is designed especially to be used in conjunction with the Wavecom Q2686 and Q2687 Wireless CPUs (Central Processing Unit) and targets all devices in the vehicle, people and asset tracking and management markets.
K4 is a robust publishing system that can be deployed in conjunction with a number of Digital Asset Management (DAM) solutions," said Chris Griffin, Pound Hill's Chief Technology Officer.
The Mercury plugin utilized in conjunction with REALTrans will automate a number of processes lenders and investors perform manually today in collecting and routing appraisal reports throughout the enterprise and loan process.
Xignite's on-demand delivery model makes web services compelling for organizations of all sizes -- especially in conjunction with this new reporting technology.
In addition, BrassRing continues its ongoing Company-sponsored educational Webinar series and its "Optimizing Recruitment Operations" Webinar programs held in conjunction with the Human Capital Institute.
Plug-in purchase will be available shortly and, in conjunction with the FUJI OS release, Turbolinux will offer two useful third party plug-ins: PowerDVD for Linux, produced by CyberLink Corporation, and Progression Desktop for Linux, produced by Versora.
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In conjunction with these events the book The House That Faux Built: How to Transform Your Home From Shabby to Showplace Using Paints, Plasters and Creativity will be published showing full color before and after photos of the Arlington project and its sister project in Chicago.