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|1.||''Most of time, I was strapped and tied with rough coir strings except when they allowed me to go to the lavatory.''||1|
|2.||'You're wearing a tie!' 'Full marks for observation.'||0|
|3.||" 2005 to 2007, Huabei Oilfield pipeline for 3 years to acts of unlawful tying "Sword", a total of 22 clean-up tie line 1901, in order to create good conditions for oil and gas normal delivery.||1|
|4.||" As for detained American human rights activist Harry Wu Hongda, Qian said the case had "no links to Sino-U.S. ties.||1|
|5.||" Cheer up, " he said, as she tied the bonnet strings.||1|
|6.||" There's a girl in there too ,'said Xing . " tie hex up also.||1|
|7.||" Tied up at the office , " he said genially. " There were some accounts I had to straighten. "||0|
|8.||"All digital, " said the designer about his neon patterns, like tie-dye leaking over shirts.||0|
|9.||"Happiness and Wisdom" also used of sunrise, full moon naming of terms such deep meaning king and the minister of nature worship and social life, which tie in nicely.||1|
|10.||"It's an indigenous revolution," says Miguel Urioste, researcher and former director with the La Paz-based nonpartisan land rights group Fundacion TIERRA.||0|
|11.||"Kung Fu Panda 2's" promo campaign includes a Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon that's traveling the country and a tofu tie-in.||0|
|12.||"Love, free as air at sight of human ties , Spreads his light wings, and in a moment flies. "– Alexander Pope.||1|
|13.||"Really?"Su's space pulls to interrogatively looking at Zhao tie Zhu.||1|
|14.||"This guy ties everybody together, " says a veteran U.S. intelligence officer who has been watching Kashmiri's rise to prominence closely but is not authorized to speak publicly.||1|
|15.||"We didn't look at it just as advertising revenue. We thought it could also be a way to build a relationship with the city of Beijing," Comstock said of GE's Olympic tie-up.||0|
|16.||1935 - In a span of 45 minutes at the Big Ten meet in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Jesse Owens sets or ties four track and field world records.||1|
|17.||46 years ago, Chairman Mao Zedong and General de Gaulle, two strategists with great vision and foresight, decided to establish official diplomatic ties between our two countries.||1|
|18.||A 2007 article by a National Institutes of Health researcher in the journal Clinics in Liver Disease listed comfrey, chaparral and kava among other herbs potentially tied to liver damage.||1|
|19.||A 72. 7 percent free throw shooter, he hit the shot, and the score was tied.||1|
|20.||A 72. 7-percent free throw shooter, Hamilton hit the shot, an the score was tied.||1|
|21.||A back opening fastens with buttons and a wide sash ties at the waist.||1|
|22.||A beautiful social breakaway from the strict bouncer dominated norm of the suit and tie disco.||1|
|23.||A black silk tie completed the ensemble.||1|
|24.||A black tux with white shirt and black bow tie is the best way to go.||1|
|25.||A bloody-mouthed mastiff tied by a chain to a lintel of a door snarled and barked.||1|
|26.||A boneless strip of meat rolled and tied, as for roasting.||1|
|27.||A breech-sight tie-in of the golf club comprises a keyswitch and a laser emitter with the breech-sight is located on a box.||0|
|28.||A budget airline wants to organise weddings in the sky, aiming to be the first carrier to let couples tie the knot at cruising altitude, it said Thursday.||1|
|29.||A bunch of herbs tied together, wrapped in cheesecloth or enclosed in a small cloth sack, and immersed during cooking, as in a soup or stew.||1|
|30.||A business operator shall not, in selling its or his goods, make a tie-in sale against the wish of the buyer or attach other unreasonable conditions.||0|
ties (third person present) · tied (past tense) · tied (past participle) · tying (present participle)
- attach or fasten (someone or something) with string or similar cord.
- restrict or limit (someone) to a particular situation, occupation, or place.
- connect; link.
- achieve the same score or ranking as another competitor or team.
ties (plural noun)
- a piece of string, cord, or the like used for fastening or tying something.
- a rod or beam holding parts of a structure together.
- a strip of material worn around the collar and tied in a knot at the front with the ends hanging down, typically forming part of a man's business or formal outfit; a necktie.
- a result in a game or other competitive situation in which two or more competitors or teams have the same score or ranking; a draw.