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together

mod. organized. I’m not together yet. Lemme call you back.
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"Some Munchkins came here a few days ago and matched a lot of people together," said the kangaroo.
Quite near by she discovered and picked up a nose, and by matching the two pieces together found that they were part of a face.
Thus, to return to the stars, we can collect together either--
Like the different appearances of the table to a number of simultaneous observers, the different particulars that belong to one physical object are to be collected together by continuity and inherent laws of correlation, not by their supposed causal connection with an unknown assumed existent called a piece of matter, which would be a mere unnecessary metaphysical thing in itself.
They consulted together how they could destroy both him and his companions.
'You must now make merry together, and eat and drink,' and he led them into a room which had a floor of iron; the doors were also of iron, and the windows were barred with iron.
They were a bit wiggley, but secure enough if only the harness held together.
So the horse gave a groan, flopped its four wings all together, and flew away from the platform.
They are, too, often clumsy, wandering, and badly put together. But in spite of that there is much beauty in them, and some day I hope you will read them.
What should a young fellow like you do ashore for half a year together? If a man had not a wife, he soon wants to be afloat again."
Several other singular rules could be given from Gartner: for instance, some species have a remarkable power of crossing with other species; other species of the same genus have a remarkable power of impressing their likeness on their hybrid offspring; but these two powers do not at all necessarily go together. There are certain hybrids which instead of having, as is usual, an intermediate character between their two parents, always closely resemble one of them; and such hybrids, though externally so like one of their pure parent-species, are with rare exceptions extremely sterile.
On the southern and south-eastern coasts there are some fine forests, but with these exceptions, the traveller may pass for days together through open plains, covered by a poor and scanty vegetation.
While Benjamin and the lawyer were still poring over the scattered morsels of the letter which had been first discovered, and trying to piece them together again, the chemist had divided the greater part of the fragments specially confided to him into two halves each; and had correctly put together some five or six sentences of the letter on the smooth sheet of cardboard prepared for that purpose.
They had added their strength together. But of the thirty families and the sixty men of us, we had had the strength of but one man, for each had fought alone.
"I cannot tell all that happened on that day, but I will tell of the last charge that we made together; it was across a valley right in front of the enemy's cannon.