Tie-up sentence example

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  • The move follows Disney 's highly successful tie-up with iTunes in October.

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  • The move follows Disney's highly successful tie-up with iTunes in October.

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  • Never tie up your dogs and leave them alone, and never leave them alone in a hot car.

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  • A tie-up with a biotech company will also see the researchers trying to get rabbit clones to produce pharmaceutically useful proteins in their milk.

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  • Rink 's decision to join the consultant comes despite his former practice 's famed resistance to pursuing a major international tie-up.

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  • In March 2001, he engineered the first defeat of the Labor Lib Dem Executive, over the issue of a fishing tie-up scheme.

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  • River ports can get very congested during the Christmas holiday and it's not unusual for ships to tie up together.

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  • I only ever tie up my boys for about five minutes if I am right there setting up the food.

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  • It's easy to prune and tie up three or four tomato plants, but almost impossible to manage three or four hundred!The current image of gardening is that it's something that takes a lot of work, and it's usually true.

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  • An executor is the person who will carry out the directions left in your will, and tie up all the loose ends, such as filing your tax return, handling your 401K and paying off your outstanding bills.

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  • Armageddon is designed to tie up all the loose ends, and, as it name implies, is "the end."

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  • For a visual, view the Pushoff style, a shoe you pull on rather than tie up.

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  • Francis would make two short stint returns in 2006 and 2008, both to tie up family issues for the Spencers, but a longer-term engagement seemed to not be in the cards.

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  • Make a few bars for yourself, then tie up the extras with a pretty ribbon to use as gifts for family and friends.

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  • To tie up your Ratatouille theme together, send each chef home with a new whisk and a rubber rat.

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  • Phelan to tie up traffic in and around Cincinnati.

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  • Stake and tie up dahlias and strong herbaceous plants.

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  • The tie up with Coca Cola worth some £ 50m over three years was to help the Football League become more marketable.

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  • The problem is getting each horse, trainer, jockey stat to tie up with the relevant info from the card.

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  • Norwich City have announced a two-year tie-up with low cost airline Flybe to be the new club sponsors.

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  • Its target market will be mainly university towns and Grant said the tie-up effectively triples the size of his operation.

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  • Rink's decision to join the consultant comes despite his former practice's famed resistance to pursuing a major international tie-up.

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  • I also like to have a large umbrella, and I always like to have a pole I can use to safely tie up the boys under the shade while I am eating lunch so they will not run off.

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  • You may need to tie-up some meats with cooking twine to keep them from falling apart.

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  • So I think MGM was trying to negotiate a ten-episode deal to tie up the storylines.

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