band together


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Verb1.band together - form a group or uniteband together - form a group or unite; "The groups banded together"
unite, unify - act in concert or unite in a common purpose or belief
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w>band together

visich zusammenschließen
References in classic literature ?
He saw within the house many a warrior sleeping, a peaceful band together.
It underscores the need for workers to band together to level the playing field in increasingly global industries and with increasingly global employers, like Valero.
The recent fires disrupted religious communities across the area, but many members say the fire inspired people to band together, offer support and give thanks.
But when a crimelord sets loose hundreds of deadly snakes during the flight, the agent must band together with the pilot, crew and passengers in a desperate attempt to survive and protect his witness.
But I put a band together and gigged Mondays and ended up playing weekends.
Jesse put the band together in Hawaii, adding violin, bass, congas and 3-part harmony to his lead vocal, guitar and ukulele creating unique tropical arrangements for his classic songs.
quartet's three surviving members put a band together that came close to the strength of the original.
What the filmmakers find during their travels is the re-emergence of independent retail as individuals and communities band together to preserve not only their livelihoods but also their communities.
Like Lifetime's ``Strong Medicine,'' which returns tonight, the chief protagonists bicker over ideological issues in a rote she said/she said manner, but they band together in tight moments.
Two episodes air tonight, bringing the ever-evolving band together.
We all must band together as a nation and respond to their need.