: together with
It can be used by itself or in combination with our other products.
Recent Examples on the Web The new survey is based on a sample of 7,006 adults in the US who identify as Asian, either alone or in combination with other races or Hispanic ethnicity. —Nicole Chavez, CNN, 8 May 2023 For optimal results, use it in combination with all free clear fabric softener and dryer sheets to achieve both cleanliness and softness while reducing static cling. —Amber Smith, Discover Magazine, 22 Apr. 2023 Related: Moderna-Merck mRNA cancer vaccine shows promise in combination with melanoma drug Now, new results from the Phase 3 AEGEAN trial signals that using the anti-PDL1 drug durvalumab both before and after surgery might bring patients yet deeper responses. —Angus Chen Reprints, STAT, 20 Apr. 2023 Mifepristone is taken in combination with a second medicine, misoprostol, to terminate an early pregnancy. —Melissa Quinn, CBS News, 19 Apr. 2023 But Bridge noted that the count is only one measure of homelessness and that the tally is best used in combination with other available data. —Juliette Rihl, The Arizona Republic, 25 Jan. 2023 The condition makes brain swelling and bleeding more likely in combination with antiamyloid drugs such as lecanemab, contributing to risks of using blood thinners with the antibody. —Bycharles Piller, science.org, 30 Dec. 2022 The use of the Knowles quad supertweeter, in combination with quad Knowles woofers, midranges, and tweeters, creates a soundstage that’s large and expansive, reproducing the full depth and width of the stereo image while providing plenty of space around each of the instruments. —Mark Sparrow, Forbes, 9 Oct. 2022 Water moats should only be used in combination with other barriers. —Peter Krouse, cleveland, 10 Sep. 2022 See More
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