Allying [adjective]

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Both would have been allies on the board as decisions about pay, benefits and accountability through the budget move through county leadership.

The calls from the president and his allies to stop vote counts can still undermine confidence in the outcome.

The game night is primarily for transmasculine and nonbinary people but friends, partners, and allies of any gender are welcome.

In oil markets, which are more focused on the pandemic and market fundamentals than the election, prices climbed higher after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies considered further production cuts.

Megan Rapinoe has cemented her role as one of America’s greatest athletes, but beyond her massive professional success on the soccer field, Rapinoe has also become an icon and ally to millions.

Taken to the extreme, unrules can be abused by politicians and government officials to reward allies while keeping their adversaries subject to costly burdens.

During the 2018 midterms, ProPublica and Politico reported on Mountain Families PAC, a super PAC set up by allies of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to intervene in that year’s West Virginia Republican primary.

Regardless of how many explicit allies QAnon has in Congress next term, a conspiratorial mindset has already taken root in the GOP.

Former Councilman Carl DeMaio, a Republican who is now spending to support Bry, won the most votes among four mayoral candidates, and his conservative allies passed ideological reforms to city pensions and contracting rules.

He found an ally in Rodrigo Maia, the speaker of Brazil’s lower legislative house, who urged Bolsonaro to reconsider his objection to the vaccine.