First Known Use of tie-in
Definition of tie in
- tied in the new branch pipeline
- the illustrations were tied in with the text
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Romney, a Mormon, has strong ties in the state, helping lead the 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City.
The warrant was reportedly obtained after the Trump campaign and Page had largely severed ties in early August 2016.
Chinese media said the visit failed to produce a joint statement among leaders for the first time since the nations established formal diplomatic ties in 1992.
Mr Macron is vocal, ready to break with old practice (for example in his gambit in offering to visit Iran) and can draw on France’s historic ties in the region.
Many assumed Malzahn, who has deep ties in Arkansas, would be a top target for the Hogs in the post-Bielema era.
Since then there has been no such communication between the heads of state in Tehran and Washington, which officially severed diplomatic ties in 1979.
Biden -- who has deep Democratic ties in South Carolina, a state that would serve as a linchpin in any potential run -- made his second visit to the state of 2017 in late September for a Charleston NAACP speech.
There’s a three-way tie in 9-5A with Burleson Centennial, Cleburne and Granbury all 6-1.
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