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- v. Present participle of join.
- n. The act or result of joining; a joint or juncture.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A line of junction; a. joint.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication)
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By the end of the episode the 2 doctors do rejoin as 1 single timelord again, this joining is the reference of the 3 fold man (single heart doctor + single heart doctor = 2 heart doctor).
The new title joining the "8 Films to Die For" lineup is Perkins 14.
Two years ago tonight, you voted for change, and I accepted the responsibility of leading America on a new path, and in joining with you in the work of remaking this nation.
The top left overlap is labeled "Learn to monetize"; doing this would bring these jobs into the "What we can be paid to do" area, again joining the "Wahoo!" area.
Ask women why they are not interested in joining the IT world.
Michaels says he's an "Olympic freak" — on curling, he says, "you can't stop watching it" — but wasn't interested in joining NBC's coverage of the 2008 Beijing Games, which were held during the NFL preseason.
Former Giants wideout Plaxico Burress, who expressed interest in joining the Bucs even though his legal issues in New York remain unresolved, could be a consideration.
There are return threats galore, with Hobbs and Maclin joining Demps and Jackson.
He wastes no time in joining Chet for some hybrid of tag and hide-and-seek.
Nice Buck, but I am 11 years old but I am trying to help my dad get buissnes at the hunting club and are you interested in joining the hunting club?