He tied the ends of the plastic bag together...
Mr Saunders tied her hands and feet.
He had tied the dog to one of the trees near the canal...
He tied her hands behind her back.
She tied her scarf over her head...
Roll the meat and tie it with string...
Dad handed me a big box wrapped in gold foil and tied with a red ribbon.
He took a short length of rope and swiftly tied a slip knot...
She tied a knot in her scarf...
She grabbed her hair in both hands and swept it back, tying it in a loose knot...
She wore a checked shirt tied in a knot above the navel.
He pulled on his heavy suede shoes and tied the laces.
...a long white thing around his neck that tied in front in a floppy bow.
Jason had taken off his jacket and loosened his tie.
Their cancers are not so clearly tied to radiation exposure...
My social life and business life are closely tied.
They had children and were consequently tied to the school holidays...
I wouldn't like to be tied to catching the last train home.
Quebec has always had particularly close ties to France...
I can't find any tie between her and the town...
Louise herself had family ties in Nimes.
Both teams had tied on points and goal difference...
Ronan Rafferty had tied with Frank Nobilo.
They'll meet the winners of the first round tie.