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sing from the same hymn (or song) sheet

Definition of sing from the same hymn or song sheet in English:

British informal Present a united front in public by not disagreeing with one another: they want the cabinet all singing from the same hymn sheet
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  • Partnership only works when everyone sings from the same hymn sheet and the financial benefits of the venture still need to be explained to the tourism industry.
  • But in their very different ways they are singing from the same song sheet and it didn't take them long to convince me that Scotland's bid is logical, ethical and well - conceived.
  • Firefighters are a unique lot, all singing from the same song sheet, and I am definitely going to miss it.
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