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Sally bent down to tie her shoelaces.
We’re teaching him how to tie a tie.
Jan tied his bike onto the back of the car.
Her hands were tied behind her back.
I always tie my hair back when I’m cooking.
She handed them two parcels tied with string.
Tie the flowers into small bunches.
This skirt ties at the front.
This series ties together events from the past and present.
Portugal’s economy is closely tied to Spain’s.
Many young mothers feel tied to the home and children.
An open ticket means you are not tied to returning on a particular day.
The game was tied 1–1 after extra time.
They tied for first place, with a time of 25.64 seconds.
The opposition will tie the loss of jobs and family wealth to the president's ineffective policies.