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 the disorder. My wife and I illustrate and write our books in conjunction with each other.
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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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The camera also features a slot for a removable SD memory card, allowing for an added at-the-camera recording option that works in conjunction with an alarm.
The new plug-ins for HP Web Jetadmin software--based on open standards and developed in conjunction with HP--enable customers to manage Xerox printers with a mixed set of office equipment brands and accessories.
Allied lines are property insurance that usually is bought in conjunction with fire insurance; it includes wind, water damage and vandalism coverage.
In conjunction with several years of a "soft" market for D & O coverage, which caused many carriers (even the premier ones) to dramatically reduce premiums, the profit margins and reserve cushions for many D & O carriers evaporated; as a consequence, they suffered huge portfolio losses and sometimes even worse problems.
The automated application was developed by an 8(a) firm, Simplicity Inc., in conjunction with the SBA's Office of Government Contracting and Business Development.
For robust data protection, the remote replication solution must also work in conjunction with options for multiple point-in-time snapshots to provide full, incremental, or differential automated instant backup to disk.
Councillor Gerald Fletcher, cabinet member for visible services, said: 'I'm very pleased the council is involved in such a successful scheme that targets crime reduction in conjunction with our partners the police, Neighbourhood Watch and Friends of the Heritage Coast.'
The Transportation Department Inspector General Kenneth Mead - who is inspecting airport machines in conjunction with the TSA - has found that some of the machines used by airports to screen checked bags for explosives give off too many false readings.
Both will be involved in "fingerprinting" so as to relieve overworked police officers, and AmeriCorps will be "creating `reserve service corps, in conjunction with states, to support homeland security throughout the country," according to the USA Freedom Corps Policy Book.
In conjunction with Parents magazine, the company is offering eight new leveled readers, four wipe-off books and two additional sets of game cards to the line, which will be available to chain drug retailers in May.
Produced in conjunction with the company's new online Photoshop course, the journal is designed to supply readers with the skills needed to grasp the fundamentals of the software.
A new poll on internationalist views conducted by the Pew Research Center in conjunction with the Council on Foreign Relations found "growing public support for a missile defense system" since September 11th.
"Yu-Gi-Oh," also a NAS-produced phenom in Japan, is presented in conjunction with 4Kids Entertainment.