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well-organized and integrated.
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The bank is mainly run by a
group of veterans from the original takeover.
Occidental is a
community with a solid family base.
Because of the
structure of many groups, outsiders may not know about the affinity scam.
The crew is generally a
group and an atmosphere of honesty and free expression prevails.
Neighbors are helping neighbors, with the flood pulling
communities even closer.
These families not only build their own homes, participants create
communities as they complete their homes together.
Once they arrive, the ringleaders organize these people into a
and efficient group of street dealers.
To shine a light on stable families and
His potential was recognized and he received encouragement from his teachers and members of the
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If wherever you go you're tight with money, you'll find your welcome will not be sunny.
Time upholds or overturns The many, tight, and small concerns.
Friends are like fiddle strings, they must not be screwed too tight.
Nearby words for tight-knit
tight as a drum
tight as a tick
tight rein on, a
tighten one's belt
tighten someone up
tighten the screws