involving the joint activity of two or more
campaign of misrepresentation will be hard to chalk up to the actions of a few rogue police officers.
Newsweek (Sep 13, 2012)
making or willing to make concessions
In an apparent
gesture, Saudi state TV showed King Abdullah welcoming leaders with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad at his side.
BBC (Aug 14, 2012)
overlapping in duration
France is one of the few countries where fatal accidents automatically prompt criminal probes to run
with investigations by civil authorities.
BusinessWeek (Mar 17, 2011)
mix together different elements
And most critical to the current crisis, they do not
what happened to them last year with what is happening now.
New York Times (Jan 1, 2011)
compliance with accepted standards, rules, or norms
The society they live in privileges men over women, family over individuality,
over free will.
The Guardian (Aug 3, 2012)
a group of diverse companies under common ownership
Under Sulzberger's stewardship, the New York Times became a sprawling media
with newspapers throughout the United States, magazines, television, radio and online properties.
Reuters (Sep 29, 2012)
come together, usually for a purpose
agreement in the judgment reached by a group as a whole
act in agreement and in secret towards a deceitful purpose
The five named suspects are also alleged to have
to delete documents on computers and other electronic equipment.
Newsweek (May 15, 2012)
move or draw together at a certain location
On Monday, protesters will
near the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate Occupy’s anniversary, marking the day they began camping out in Zuccotti Park.
Salon (Sep 17, 2012)