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tie (with someone) (for something)

to have the same score as someone for the prize in some contest. I tied with Joel for first place. I tied for the trophy with Joel.
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This will benefit tied pubs in the Colne and Holme Valleys and Lindley.
Oregon State is tied for 10th after a 13-shot improvement.
(i) If the winning percentage of the two Clubs tied for first-place is higher than the winning percentage of each of the second-place Clubs in the same League, then the Commissioner shall award the Division championship
United States defined a tying arrangement "as an agreement by a party to sell one product but only on the condition that the buyer also purchases a different (or tied) product." (14) The definition does not contemplate tie-ins being the result of concerted action.
However, I prefer to concentrate on the simple two- or three-part flies, since these flies are tied specifically to catch fish.
Average scores on all dimensions indicate that this group refuses to be either tied up or tied down.
The bow tie is a ribbon made of fabric and is tied around the collar in a way which allows the two opposing ends to form a type of loop.
There's no need to get yourself tied up in knots over what to get the men in your life this Christmas.
He has already tied turbans for around 200 Sikh grooms as an honorary service despite the financial crunch he is facing.
Once shaped, the loose bale had to be pulled out and tied by hand.
The 21-year-old first year professional from Crosland Heath shot a three-over-par 75 at Sherry Jerez and was tied 66th, nine behind leader Andrew Tampion, an amateur from Australia.
Schutte was tied with Victor Simionas of Fairfield, Calif.
If the accession countries are tied into even the exchange rate mechanism, much less the monetary union, that will be felt in higher inflation rates in those countries as they catch up to the rest of Europe.