very close ties

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  • He was raised in a family with very close ties to religion, as both of his parents were clerics.
  • After the collapse of the Soviet Union both nations retained very close ties, however conflict began almost immediately.
  • Even though East Germany's political structure meant that these institutions had very close ties to the government, they were not public institutions.
  • The CUT has very close ties with the Galician People's Front.
  • While in Los Angeles, Kimmarie maintained very close ties with her mother, two brothers and niece.
  • Dandy, Philo and I made a family party which was bound together by very close ties of affection. Cited from The Great War As I Saw It, by Frederick George Scott
  • Both countries had very close ties and cooperation during Dom Mintoff's governments.
  • It had very close ties to the ruling Unionist Party and the senior leadership of both frequently overlapped.
  • Cunningham has very close ties to the Sinclair Broadcast Group.
  • The Old Hararians Association was founded in 1922 and maintains very close ties with the school.
  • Toodyay Community Radio is involved in many projects with the local community, but has very close ties with Toodyay District High School.
  • The club holds very close ties with Scottish team Lasswade Rugby Football Club, with whom they play an annual home and away friendly between the two clubs.
  • APF is also a sister of the Roman Catholic peace organisation, Pax Christi, with which it has very close ties.
  • Favre also maintained very close ties with New Orleans, and he called himself of that city in the 1800 baptismal record for his son Simon.
  • Being New Zealand's closest neighbour, with very close ties culturally and economically, has helped Australia dominate the banking sector there.
  • Bancroft had very close ties to St. Helen's Rugby and Cricket Ground, having lived there as a child where his father, and his father before him, were groundsman.
  • Ellison had very close ties to the KKK and the Northern Idaho group Aryan Nations, led by Richard Butler.
  • The school also has an and is home to the . The GISS Improv Troupe has very close ties with Ladysmith Secondary School's drama department.
  • Western Gaels, who train and play their games at Avonmouth Old Boys Rugby Club, have very close ties with the local Australian rules team; the Bristol Dockers.
  • From the foundation of the Kievan Rus dynasty until the institution of bolshevism, Russia maintained very close ties between the officially recognized religion, the Russian Orthodox Church, and the government.
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