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I've reason to believe he's in cahoots with that berk Southerby. "
Unless they were liars and fast to boot — or in cahoots — none of the men on patrol could have dropped Hawkes.
Parlabane was obviously in cahoots with Elspeth, and Beadie couldn't be sure how much Shelley had really told her.
The anti-Federalists were just as convinced that John Adams was in cahoots with the British and intent on restoring monarchal rule.
He explained how Cato and Savich were in cahoots and how they had set him up, and others before him.
You and whoever you're in cahoots with must stand to gain plenty from this - and not just in the short-term, either.