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Corker said Democratic senators told him that Washington must work with Europe.
They work with an unspecified number of regional public health tracing workers.
He said Britain was prepared to work with Libya to fight terrorism.
Ireland would work with its EU partners in finding a way forward.
Our clients are great to work with, and their animals are great.
Meanwhile, thousands of home workers are already combining paid work with parenting.
They need to work with councils, health boards, schools and faith communities.
We continue to work with our clients according to plans, Levy said.
May's spokeswoman said London would work with the Spanish government on Gibraltar.
Volunteer mentors work with local schools to find families who need help.
She believes that the state has a strong case to work with.
She said the group continued to work with the Italian tax authorities.
Rio would continue to work with them to support them, he said.
We'll continue to work with them in everything they ask of us.
He said the US would work with Russia on a political transition.
The most common answer I heard was the people they work with.
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