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concerted

Music arranged in parts for a group of singers or players
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Gay fathers groups, although less concertedly political than lesbian mother organizations, also provided personal support and financial assistance for members facing attacks on their parental rights.
The present PPP government is committed to work concertedly to further promote and project the cultural heritage of Pakistan and give incentives and recognition to the practitioners of our traditional culture," he said.
In casting their ballots, citizens sought mostly to continue their protest, and they did this so concertedly that they imposed far greater casual force through the election than Brownlee allows.
Yet starting in Phase 2 (1625-1000 BC), increasing diversity of wild taxa (Table 2) hint that limited hunting still augmented the established herding strategy and Begash's pastoralists concertedly widened their range of exploited territory.
These new allegations claimed that, much like in 1987-88, MLB club-owners again concertedly submitted identical bids for certain free agent players.
The China National Household Paper Industry Association, which has 520 domestic members and 24 overseas members, is urging its members to work concertedly to meet the region's growing demand for tissue paper and disposable products.
As current ASEAN chair, he floated the idea of concertedly requesting a pardon for Aung San Suu Kyi.
Shahnaz Rouse (1992) makes an interesting observation here when she says, "Pakistani women have organized and mobilized most concertedly during this same period [and] have made the most significant organizational strides precisely during periods of dictatorial rule" (p.
Internal organisation is logical and linear, with the family coming together at the sharp end for concertedly communal activities, such as eating and watching TV, and retreating into cellular sleeping spaces at the flared-out stern.
The conspiring activities NAOC secretly participated in were intentionally directed to concertedly set CSF off side.
The second reason is that international laws, conventions, and policies have, especially in recent times, concertedly embraced a commitment to postconflict reconstruction as a necessary corollary of military action, and jus post bellum needs to accommodate this fact.
When the 'Deadz came to an end, it seemed like the logical thing to do to try my hand at playing these songs more publicly and more concertedly than before.