Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
They are used for both riding and work in harness.
Some were trained to work in harness and used to pull carts.
"Trust a horse to say we work in harness.
But for mainly business reasons, newspapers will increasingly work in harness with nonprofits.
They show great seriousness in their work in harness.
A moment when presence and absence worked in harness, when one person saw and the other did not.
It's real gumshoe radio, with the listeners and us doing the detective work in harness".
So was its scope; never before had Federal regulators and so many states worked in harness on a securities scandal.
Circumstance, working in harness with my temperament, created them all and compelled them all.
These may range from agricultural work, ploughing the land, working in harness to transport goods, as a pack pony, and also for riding.
But the bills are in trouble, tugged in opposite directions by interest groups that just last year were working in harness.
Bridle: When working in harness, most horses wear a specialised bridle that includes features not seen in bridles used for riding.
p "But the earth-sense and his own responsibility will work in harness amicably, rather than pulling him to pieces between them, Sejanes countered.
"Oh, never; he and I are sworn brothers on that measure; we work in harness and are very loving--I do everything I possibly can for him there.
And maybe the sands are shifting in those relationships, with national and European administrative bodies keener to listen and to work in harness with the clubs and the provinces.
A contrary vehicle at best and almost impossible when you tried to get it pulled along what passed as a river road by a mule and a horse who had never worked in harness together.
In 2003 Shirley received the Beacon Fellowship Prize for her contribution to countering autism and for her pioneering work in harnessing information technology for the public good.
Specifically, studio executives and producers were fascinated by the prospect of Ted Turner, a mercurial executive in a very mercurial business, working in harness with other media executives with sizable egos of their own.
In 1938-39, Hampden Jackson and Poole working in harness established nine new centres of which five were WEA branches at East Dereham, Hingham, Swaffham, Walsingham and Wymondham.
A longtime diplomat in the region said the other day that it was little short of amazing to see Mr. Powell and Ms. Rice, and their staffs, working in harness after two-and-a-half contentious years in office.
TEHRAN Efremov and Anna worked in harness, patching together the conspiracy and its target from tiny bits of information, rather like two devoted archaeologists reassembling a shattered vase from the tiny flakes that they dug, each day, from the ground outside.
The new world order that has often been proclaimed since the end of the cold war but has yet to materialize can begin to take shape if President Bush musters the statesmanship to work in harness with leaders in Moscow, Beijing, Seoul, Tokyo, Riyadh, Paris, London and other capitals.
More recently, as can be seen from the titles of the latest ISO and NISO standards, there is a recognition that thesauri need to work in harness with other forms of vocabulary or knowledge organization system, such as subject heading schemes, classification schemes, taxonomies and ontologies.
Partnerships were based on the assumption that reasonable people working in a multitude of organizations could devise an agreed strategy for parts of urban Britain: local and central government would work in harness and would incorporate other interests - the police, the business community, voluntary groups, and so on, into a coherent administrative whole.