‹ Alluvium Allying ›
Meanings and phrases
- a friendly nation
- an associate who provides cooperation or assistance; friend
- become an ally or associate, as by a treaty or marriage
- unite formally; of interest groups or countries
- pteridophytes of other classes than Filicopsida
- David was succeeded by John's close ally Robert.
- Ortega governed as a close ally of President Carlos Menem.
- He was succeeded by his close ally, Edvard Beneš (1884–1948).
- He found a political ally in Thomas Hart Benton, senator from Missouri.
- Ecuador's political ally, Venezuela, has donated military equipment including six Mirage 50 aircraft.
- In Houston, he befriended James Baker, a prominent attorney who later became an important political ally.
- Tensions were already high between Carranza and Villa, his former ally.
- He was overthrown by his former ally John Dudley, 1st Duke of Northumberland.
- Ben Bella was overthrown in 1965 by Houari Boumédiène, his former ally and defence minister.
- Sun Quan was delighted as he saw Gongsun Yuan as a potential ally against Wu's rival state, Wei.
- In his restlessness he betrayed Sforza twice, but he also betrayed his momentary ally against him, Niccolò Piccinino.
- Beatty had a close relationship with his elder brother Charles, who became his ally against their oppressive and overbearing father.