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yoked

(yōkd) joined together, and so acting in concert.

yoked

(yōkt)
In statistics, numerically linked; inseparable.
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If you started training your calves individually (to lead, to respond to commands) before you yoked them together, they won't be as difficult to work singly later.
After 90 minutes in this narcotic-associated environment, during which the addicted rats compulsively returned to lick the unrewarding empty spout, they and their yoked control mates were humanely killed and gene expression in their brains was studied.
The beginning of doing justice is the removal of what binds the people as if they are like cattle yoked to labor overseen by a self-serving owner.
In medieval manuscripts, the plough is often depicted as drawn by a pair of oxen yoked together.