Handball players are a tightly knit
group, given their dedication to a difficult game.
Kuwait has long enjoyed a tightly knit
and multi-dimensional relationship with Bahrain that continues to grow closer, the statement highlighted.
Xerox Premier Partners is a tightly knit
, very elite group of the world's most innovative printers.
My philosophy centres on establishing trust and building valuable, long-term relationships and so I see these awards as a wonderful opportunity to encourage a strong, tightly knit
Coventry business community that works in the interests of everybody.
They find that these spatial interrogatives do not automatically behave like the common garden variety of noun phrases, which function as Ground in a spatial situation, but form a more or less tightly knit
paradigm of their own that may obey rules that are--perhaps only slightly--different from those that govern Ground noun phrases in other sentence types such as declaratives.
As a teenager, he drifted to white supremacist circles, finding a sense of camaraderie among its tightly knit
My philosophy centres on establishing trust and building valuable, long term relationships and so I see these Awards as a wonderful opportunity to encourage a strong, tightly knit
Birmingham business community that works in the interests of everybody."
The world has never been so tightly knit
, thanks to digital technology, but as we all know, connections on social media arc apt to be superficial and unsatisfying.
Shippers are fearing that the contraction or consolidation of the shipping market into a very small number of tightly knit
alliances, and the use of much larger ships, will reduce their choice of carrier and the quality of the services delivered.
It's difficult to find stories about LGBT individuals who live in tightly knit
rural communities, and when "Eyewitness" focuses on those elements, Its viewpoint becomes not just valuable but admirably precise.
Alex Delos Santos: Show biz is a tightly knit
Like atoms, subatomic particles can link up to form "molecules." A long-studied subatomic particle called Lambda (1405) is actually a molecule of two tightly knit
particles, researchers report in the April 3 Physical Review Letters.