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in harness (with somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin harness (with somebody)in harness (with somebody)British EnglishWITH working closely with another person or group harness
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in harness (with somebody)But, symbolically, he inaugurates three centuries of amazing progress in explaining how nature works and in harnessing these discoveries.Popplewell is now back in harness after the arduous Lions tour to New Zealand.Eva Burrows was back in harness and delighted to be there.The accumulation of capital, and hence the ownership of capital, was central in harnessing the productive power of mechanical energy.Two dancers in harness are walking up and down the pole.The sound of a horse in harness, of its hoof idly striking a stone!It's always been a Dark Force, and you've only succeeded in harnessing a minuscule aspect of it.The new bureaucracy of alphabet soup agencies was in harness.
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