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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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The latest advancements in Cable Ties industry and changing market dynamics are key driving factors to depict tremendous growth.
Last time, the Davis Cup tie between Pakistan and India was played in Mumbai in 2006, which the latter won by 3-2.
An Ascot Tie, or Ascot, is a narrow band that is wrapped around the neck with wings that are wide and point outwards.
You're not wearing a tie." In defence of this fashion item, is inveterate tie wearer Dave Whitworth of Mount.
The Eagles will clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs with a win over the Raiders, or a tie combined with a Vikings loss/tie, or a Vikings loss.
For subtle sophistication you can opt to go for a darker gray tie against a lighter gray shirt or a pinstriped tie with a solid or patterned shirt.
Pants, shirts and trousers have practical uses but ties are for peacocks and losers.
Initially, wall ties were made from iron, but they were too brittle and rusted rapidl and, therefore, these are not acceptable in modern construction.
He grew up seeing his father and grand father wearing bow ties, eventually took to the accessory himself.
Surely there's been a move away from suits and ties toward "business casual" in many work settings over the years.
SECONDARY schools in Coventry are smartening up their images - by switching to clipon ties.
"I have a hell of a collection of ties. I had no idea there were 87 ways to tie a necktie.
After the big smile and hugs of thanks all around, many of those ties probably will go into the bottom of a drawer or the back of a closet, seldom if ever to be seen again.
Ties that do away with knots and use a zipper instead have attracted much attention at an ongoing Bursa fair.