If dancing formed the amusement of the night, they were partners for half the time; and when obliged to separate for a couple of dances, were careful to stand together
and scarcely spoke a word to any body else.
The recent Zainab case has awakened the nation to stand together
against this evil.
Roem decided to join Lovato to the prestigious event as part of the GLAAD's Together movement, aimed at calling all marginalized communities to stand together
He asked the public to stand together
against undemocratic measures and elect their representatives wisely.
There is no place for the aggressive and unfounded threat wishing to divide peoples and countries as we need to stand together
They could just as well be attacks in Britain or France or Germany or elsewhere in Europe and we need to stand together
against these appalling terrorists and make sure they can never win.
Summary: In a new sign of Hezbollah's attempts at rapprochement, the party's deputy chief Naim Qassem Thursday called on Lebanese political leaders to stand together
to shield Lebanon from regional instability.
Hapaschkova said during a news conference attended by the National Iraqi News / Nina /, "we will not come to the land of Iraq, but at the invitation of Iraq, but we have to stand together
and work together as international group against terrorism, noting that / Daash / is and serious epidemic on the world and must be eliminated through concerted international efforts .
As Hezbollah condemns these crimes from Iraq to Pakistan, it calls on their people to be patient and to stand together
in order to prevent the enemy from spreading sedition and destruction across our Islamic and Arab countries.
Prime Minister Pervez Ashraf said we need to stand together
and promote shared values of compassion, moderation and tolerance and love.
Analyst Agim Jonuz comments for Vreme that there has not been an ethnic Albanian to come out and say "hey, change the name", but it is time for all of us to stand together
and take a stand and to support it.
To applause Riverside MP Louise Ellman said: "We must all stand together and be seen to stand together
against hate crime and against homophobia.