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ally

a plant, animal, substance, etc., closely related to another in characteristics or form
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Jimmie's ally gibbered at times like a wounded maniac.
At a tottering moment a blow from Pete's hand struck the ally and he crashed to the floor.
One comprehensive sweep of the long night stick threw the ally to the floor and forced Pete to a corner.
Later, from a corner safely dark, he saw the policeman, the ally and the bartender emerge from the saloon.
How about this mysterious ally? How came he into the room?"
Ally Bank's 1.9 million retail deposit customers have demonstrated strong loyalty over its 10-year history, where retention levels have remained consistently above 90%.
The netizen then asked Locsin if China was indeed an ally of the Philippines.
The rating affirmation reflects Ally's strong franchise, leading market position in the U.S.
Although Tuesday night's episode is titled "Don't Be Afraid of the Dark," there is plenty to fear in Ally's (Sarah Paulson) cozy Michigan suburb.
Additionally, Ally Bank said it is building the capability to support popular mobile payment services such as Apple Pay[R], Samsung Pay[R] and Android Pay(TM).
The Oomph Ally program is divided into four service tiers: Ally Core[TM], Ally R[TM], Ally DX[TM] , and Ally SLX[TM] .