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affiliated

uh fi lee ay tuhd

  • v  keep company with; hang out with
  • v  join in an affiliation
    The two colleges affiliated
    They affiliated with a national group
  • s  being joined in close association
    affiliated clubs

  • In National Park Service (NPS) affiliated bookstores, they can find literature informing them that the great chasm runs for 277 miles along the bed of the Colorado River.
  • Several members of Congress live in rooms rented in a town house owned by a foundation affiliated with the group.
  • In Chicago in 1992, Obama headed the Project Vote campaign an organization affiliated with ACORN which registered 150,000 voters on the city's the south side and helped .
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  • Alberto Gonzales in International Herald Tribune
    But then-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said after the arrests in mid-2006 that the group was emblematic of the "smaller, more loosely defined cells who are not affiliated with al-Qaida, but who are inspired by a violent jihadist message."
  • Bill Gates in Thaindian.com (blog)
    I think it's the safe haven on the Pakistani side of the border, not just for Al Qaeda but for the Taliban, for the Hakani network, for Gulbaddin Hekmatyar and other affiliated groups that are all working together,Gates told MSNBC.
  • Tom Lantos in Forbes
    I am outraged that one of the National Football League's superstars is affiliated with such a heinous enterprise,Lantos wrote.

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