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together

mod. organized. I’m not together yet. Lemme call you back.
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But when they tried to fit it to the eye and nose they found the parts wouldn't match together.
When the face was thus completed, all the parts joined together with a nicety that was astonishing.
Let's find the rest of him, and get him all together.
One way collects together the appearances commonly regarded as a given object from different places; this is, broadly speaking, the way of physics, leading to the construction of physical objects as sets of such appearances.
Then he called all the tailors in the kingdom together, and made them sit down for fourteen days sewing at a sack.
So the horse gave a groan, flopped its four wings all together, and flew away from the platform.
While we were together, you know, there was nothing to be feared.
These were some of the thoughts which occupied Anne, while her fingers were mechanically at work, proceeding for half an hour together, equally without error, and without consciousness.
They lie either scattered and single, in which case they are never hatched, and are called by the Spaniards huachos; or they are collected together into a shallow excavation, which forms the nest.
If the hen was obliged to hatch her own eggs, before the last was laid the first probably would be addled; but if each laid a few eggs at successive periods, in different nests, and several hens, as is stated to be the case, combined together, then the eggs in one collection would be nearly of the same age.
Fortunately the head, neck, legs, wings, many of the larger feathers, and a large part of the skin, had been preserved; and from these a very nearly perfect specimen has been put together, and is now exhibited in the museum of the Zoological Society.
Benjamin wrote); "and I have succeeded in putting together a separate portion of the torn writing which makes sense.
There were many things, little things, that it was a great trouble to call all the men together to have a council about.
These houses were large and much better than the caves and trees, and everybody had a better time of it because the men had added their strength together and become a tribe.
He said it was true that we grew strong by adding our strength together.