He often was assigned to Times Square, where he and a partner had grabbed a suspect in a gunpoint rape.
Credit Suisse is pleased to partner with the Roger Federer Foundation.
The PowerPoints were sharp, the numbers, not-too-shabby, but weakening, the message: invest, partner, help.
Still fewer cite “personal reasons,” “moving in with a partner,” and a “growing family.”
Llewyn used to be in a singing duo that went by the stage name Tiplin & Davis, but his partner, Mike, committed suicide.
He turned to his partner as Markulies started for the stairway.
He is frequently accompanied by a partner, who will add to his warmth and comfort.
Is this the bold Jack Barry I picked out on the dock fer a partner?
Dorice excused herself from her partner and took me into a corner.
For the first time my partner turned and fixed her eyes upon me.
c.1300, altered from parcener (late 13c.), from Old French parçonier "partner, associate; joint owner, joint heir," from parçon "partition, division. portion, share, lot," from Latin partitionem (nominative partitio) "a sharing, partition, division, distribution" (see partition (n.)). Form in English influenced by part (n.). The word also may represent Old French part tenour "part holder."
1610s, transitive, "to make a partner," from partner (n.). Intransitive sense from 1961. Related: Partnered; partnering.