Verb(1) have a strong tendency to occur side by side(2) group or chunk together in a certain order or place side by side
(1) An item that collocates with another is its collocate .(2) Video teleconferencing obviates the need to collocate staffs and reduces ambiguity in commanders' intentions.(3) But it is less ambitious and adventurous than Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and Love's Labour's Lost, both of which try to collocate themselves between two existing cinematic traditions.(4) Indeed, given the ubiquity of such threats, support troops collocated with the combat units they support probably are safer than those on their own, as the Jessica Lynch incident revealed.(5) An item that collocates with another is its collocate.(6) Although there are some neutral descriptive adjectives used with the word, such as 66 year old, disabled, or American, the majority of words collocating with spinster are negative.(7) The one caveat to that would be if the assets were collocated at the actual fighting location.(8) These weapon system teams will be composed of elements from the PM, Acquisition Center, IMMC, SAMD and the AMRDEC, with a majority of personnel physically collocated with the PM.(9) Experts for employing these attachments came from the attachments and from the expertise of numerous elements collocated with the engineer battalion TOC in the BCT main CP.(10) Upon completion of the amphibious recon course, candidates then undertake a basic parachute course at the RTMC parachute school collocated with the Special Warfare School at Sattahip.(11) They should be collocated to ensure airlift needs are effectively met.(12) I agree that there need to be more CA specialists collocated with maneuver units.(13) Getting the right information collocated all together in the same place on screen in your code lets you see certain types of problems and fix them right away.(14) The Army War College is situated alone at Carlisle Barracks, whereas the other senior service institutions are collocated with at least one other educational or training facility.(15) While not collocated with their SF comrades, the detachment endured similar types of environmental hardship and isolation that was a feature of service in the Middle East.(16) And to facilitate enhanced interaction between lab disciplines, workstations needed to be collocated .
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