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
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Thus they hid in the depths of Sherwood Forest for seven days and seven nights and never showed their faces abroad in all that time; but early in the morning of the eighth day Robin Hood called the band together and said, "Now who will go and find what the Sheriff's men are at by this time?
Then Robin Hood gathered his band together in a close rank, with Will Stutely in the midst, and thus they moved slowly away toward Sherwood, and were gone, as a storm cloud moves away from the spot where a tempest has swept the land.
He saw within the house many a warrior sleeping, a peaceful band together.
Clic Sargent, the UK's leading cancer charity for children and young people, is calling on locals to band together behind families affected by cancer by donating just PS2 to get a Band Against Cancer wristband (available in three different collectable colours).
In order to help other people with anxiety disorders and depression at this time of year, Lauren has organised Band Together with her musician boyfriend Reid Anderson, 37.
BAND TOGETHER J The Enemies will give proceeds of first single to charity KIND J Smile single
Band Together NC, a Triangle-based organization that uses live music as a platform for social change, will present its third annual Last Band Standing event on Saturday, March 2, at Lincoln Theatre in downtown Raleigh.
He said: "We hope Band Together will raise awareness and that people will be willing to spend just pounds 3 to support the festival.
It's like, 'We have to get out of jail, and if we have to put a band together to do that, then that's what we're going to do,' " he added.
Kemal is the latest to bid for chart stardom, but he needs to get a band together first so he's officially advertising for new talent to join him.
According to record producer Jerry Goldstein -- who got legal rights to the War name -- he put the band together to back British blues-rock singer Eric Burdon after seeing the musicians playing in 1969 at a topless beer bar in the San Fernando Valley, backing Deacon Jones, the pro football player.
99) follows the courageous, well-intentioned, yet unfortunately mistake-prone Magnabumble as he gets caught in another jam; his friends Ironheart, Lionpenny, and Stilton must band together to save the night.