in alignment


: brought into line or proper arrangement : aligned
The parts were not in alignment.

Examples of in alignment in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Wake County Public Schools, the biggest public school system in the state, is in alignment with CMS. Rebecca Noel, Charlotte Observer, 14 May 2024 As the moon and Mars connect, decisions made today are in alignment with your conscience and confidence. USA TODAY, 9 May 2024 The civil penalty has not been adjusted since 1997, and Bratt suggested an increase to $5,000, which would be in alignment with what the City of Milwaukee imposes. Vanessa Swales, Journal Sentinel, 9 May 2024 When viewed through an economic lens, some cynics argued that the two rivals were actually in alignment and working toward a larger goal: making money for the music industry behemoth Universal Music Group (UMG). TIME, 7 May 2024 Advertisement This range is in alignment with guidelines in protocols from the Bizot group, which consists of leaders from some of the world’s largest museums and art institutions. Kaitlyn Huamani, Los Angeles Times, 7 May 2024 In a total solar eclipse, the moon is positioned in alignment between the Earth and the sun. Geraldine Castro, WIRED, 6 Apr. 2024 To be fully effective, everything needs to be in alignment with your core messaging. Rob Forrester, Forbes, 29 Mar. 2024 Impact and benefit analysis: Articulate the broader impact and potential benefits your project will have on the community, industry, or economy, in alignment with the grantor’s mission. Melissa Houston, Forbes, 29 Mar. 2024

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“In alignment.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 May. 2024.

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