collab


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collab.

1. collaboration.
2. collaborator.
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And he isn't the first collab I have known who is a serious singer.
The firm has won a contract from Collab 2, an open innovation platform designed to match new technology with business challenges within MetLife Japan.
Every time one of these collab pieces gets finished I'm blown away by how cool the artist's work looks with the photo.
Not only has the American beauty had to face the end of her romance, she's also been dumped from a collab she was planning with her now ex.
Sadly, show bosses say she won't be teaming up with Taylor for a collab - which is unsurprising given her new basketball-themed video for Swish Swish takes quite obvious aim at "sheep" Swift - but could mean there would be "a lot" of different outfits during tomorrow night's show.
Tenders are invited for Amc For V Collab Software 3 Years
Machine Gun Kelly has been pushing out collab track after collab track with some of our fave beauties (we're lookin' at you, Camila and Hailee), and now the rapper is going solo on tour with Linkin Park.
After Disney and Star Wars, Vans has launched another fun pop culture collab, in glorious 8-bit, with Nintendo.
She has also started up a consultancy firm, Collab Media, through which she advises local businesses on raising their social media profile.
It was pretty special brewing with Robbie for Collab Fest last year," Mr.
Collab is based in London's Shoreditch--aka hipster central--with other hubs located in the financial technology hot spots of Tel Aviv, Israel, and Berlin.
RIVER Island always partners with the hottest Brit pack designers, and the latest Design Forum collab is no exception.