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- adv. One behind the other.
- adv. Together.
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- adv. one behind the other
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And, abruptly, the zigzagging ceased, both creatures continuing on in tandem with the pursuer's last velocity.
The A group looked at first sight like a reserve force, with its high proportion of satellite formations and its single German infantry army, the 17th, and under the scheme outlined in Directive No. 41 it was to run in tandem with, but slightly behind, Army Group B.
Their banana blades clicked together as they worked in tandem like lumberjacks.
“What is ‘greasy’?” asked Taffy Edmunds, delegated to look after the quarterdeck sheep in tandem with Bill Whiting—a choice which had provoked considerable mirth in the prison but did not displease the shepherds, both farm boys far too canny to admit that they were farm boys.
Their arguments and their evidence were contained in the draft known as “the report,” meant to be issued through PIO as soon as possible, in tandem with the case being officially closed by the Bureau, and the police agencies involved would certainly, even eagerly, follow suit.
Sydny Miner, my editor, for being not only a believer but one who is in tune with me, whose holistic vibrations and consciousness work in tandem with my own;
Two protoplanets—the Earth and the Moon—now separate gaseous eddies mutually trapped in their gravitational pull, moving in tandem orbit around the Sun and growing more dense.
The three-man crew was seated in tandem cockpits, with a dual-control variant also being procured in small numbers.
"Our greatest weakness since Humans have allied themselves with the Weave has been our repeated underestimation of their abilities, in tandem with an unpredictability which verges on madness."