In October Putnam and his associate Adam Hunt traveled to Pennsylvania to interview author Stacy Brown.
“His films are brassy, anachronistic,” says Rex Roberts, associate editor with Film International.
Why would you associate with people who would put out this filth?
Instead, most trackers rely on measuring movement and associate a decrease in movement with sleep.
Miriam Datskovsky is an associate editor at The Daily Beast.
He likes us to be self-contained, and says that there is no one about here that he would care to have us associate with.
Is it safe for us to associate with those people from the Emerald City?
At the sight of his associate's fate Max is stricken with remorse, and tells the story of his unholy compact.
Captain Candage eyed his associate with rather quizzical expression.
This large family, so it appeared to Stephen Petter, was composed of the kind of fellow-beings with whom he wished to associate.
1530s, from associate (adj.).
early 15c., "allied, connected, paired," from Latin associatus, past participle of associare (see associate (v.)).