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allied

uh lahyd

  • v  become an ally or associate, as by a treaty or marriage
    He allied himself with the Communists
  • s  related by common characteristics or ancestry
    allied species
    allied studies
  • a  of or relating to or denoting the Allies in World War II
  • a  of or relating to or denoting the Allies in World War I
    an allied offensive
  • s  united in a confederacy or league
  • s  joined by treaty or agreement

  • Cameras linger over dead allied soldiers and bandaged Iraqi children.
  • The allied coalition in Iraq continues to appear unsure whether it is supposed to be some addled modern version of liberal imperialism or a short bridge to an early resumption of .
  • Sixty-five years ago today, 135,000 allied troops launched the largest seaborne invasion in history on the beaches of northern France, a move that would eventually decide the .
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  • Barack Obama in The Guardian
    We did not say, starting in July 2011, suddenly there will be no troops from the United States or allied countries in Afghanistan,Obama said at a press conference with the Russian president, Dmitry Medvedev, who sidestepped a question about...
  • Fazal Mahmood in FOXNews
    We are using all resources to trace and recover the hijacked trucks, some of which were carrying vehicles for the allied forces in Afghanistan,Mahmood said.

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