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The ice cream shop teamed up with the cookie and brownie place next door to create wonderful sundaes.
If you can't afford to buy flour in bulk, team up with another family or create your own neighborhood co-op.
Because of all of her personal issues, Evans has felt it best to withdraw from "Dancing with the Stars," a reality competition show where celebrities team up with professional ballroom dancers.
The best way to take advantage of overstock sales is to team up with other friends and notify one another when you find a great deal.
You can journey alone with a computer-controlled buddy, or you can team up with a friend in the fun co-op mode.
Boy saves damsel in distress, and the two of them team up with two equally plucky young heroes to defeat the bad guys and save the world from ultimate destruction.