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in association with somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin association with somebody/somethingin association with somebody/somethingTOGETHERmade or done with another person, organization etc concerts sponsored by the Arts Council in association with local businesses association
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in association with somebody/somethingThe Britannia also runs accounts in association with Chelsea and Ipswich Town.The syndrome has been described in association with menstrual irregularities, pregnancy, and the use of oral contraceptives.These species do not grow in association with Lagenandra and Hygrophila because they do not occur in river beds.The potential mechanisms for development of hyponatremia in association with sodium loss are several.Several reports from the older literature indicate that tetany may occur in association with hypokalemia, but the mechanism is poorly understood.The little green cushions and incrustations occur not only in association with trees and rocks.The genus Barclaya is very seldom seen in association with Cryptocoryne species.Sesame Street is produced by the Children's Television Workshop in association with PBS.
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