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uh kuhm puh nee

  • v  be present or associated with an event or entity
  • v  go or travel along with
  • v  perform an accompaniment to
  • v  be a companion to somebody

  • Snchez's own photos accompany many of the entries, which offer a fascinating and brave peek behind the curtain of a still-closed society.
  • Two companies have developed prototype "virtual" keyboards designed to accompany portable devices like PDAs, tablet PCs and cell phones.
  • If there's one thing a smoker needs in order to quit, it's moral support mostly from friends and family subjected to the short temper and irritability that usually accompany .
News & Articles

  • 2013 Wimbledon: It's Time to Find Out What Andy Murray Is Really Made Of
    COMMENTARY | The hopes of British people around the world will accompany Andy Murray on court when he kicks off his 2013 campaign at Wimbledon next week.
    June 19, 2013 - Yahoo! Contributor Network via Yahoo! Sports
  • Take Your Dog to Work Day
    On Friday, June 21, dogs will accompany their owners to work as businesses celebrate the 15th annual Take Your Dog To Work Day, one of the longest-running online pet-adoption campaigns and the only event that focuses solely on celebrating dogs.
    June 19, 2013 - Alameda Sun
  • Community Connections group comes from San Antonio
    At 5:30 a.m. on Monday morning, a group of 117 kids and adults to accompany them embarked on a fourteen and a half hour trip from San Antonio, Texas, to La Junta, Colo. The adults and kids are from University United Methodist Church and Coker United Methodist Church in San Antonio, under the direction of Aaron Buttery, a youth pastor at United Methodist Churches there.
    June 19, 2013 - La Junta Tribune-Democrat

  • Pope Benedict XVI in Toronto Star
    He said promised the church "will do everything we can to weigh the authenticity of (priests') vocations and make every effort to accompany priests along their journey, so that the Lord will protect them and watch over them in troubled situations."
  • Joe Barton in International Herald Tribune
    In some years the sport's national championship winner was left unsettled, and at least one school was left out of the many millions of dollars in revenue that accompany the title,Barton said in a statement released ahead of the bill's...
  • Margarita Zavala in International Herald Tribune
    The lack of information and awareness is what makes lifesaving early detection most difficult to achieve,Zavala said at the event. "Fighting breast cancer also means fighting the prejudices that accompany it."

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