Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of joining.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The old man in "The Pardoner's Tale" may want to die because he wants to follow those who he loves to the other place, so-called, or because he is, simply, tired and worn out from being alive for so long and having made too many "joinings" that had to "die" without him.

    Last of the Time Lords

  • But he thought, perhaps, he had reached the time of his life when such interludes would be more than lustful joinings.

    Aching for Always

  • Unlike most traditional “erotic literature,” which draws the basis for its eroticism from a core of sexual content treated as though it precedes the text, the anagrammed text starts with nothing but letters, which in themselves are about as sexy as a tax report, and finds in them a latent Metamorphoses of chimeric couplings and bawdy mis-joinings e.g., “Brilliant duel them corset her penis”.

    K. Silem Mohammad Reads Elizabeth Bachinsky

  • I ar joinings in the celebreshuns by drinking sum tea.

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  • And this telling to take no heed to those base joinings that be made for purposes of wealth or

    The Night Land

  • B 268, 253 (1986) that for interacting strings the splitting and joinings define a groupoid structure.

    Guest Post: Joe Polchinski on Science or Sociology?

  • We want to see work about keys and answers, and about unifications and joinings.

    October 2005

  • The book ends with a series of remarkable joinings -- between Adelia and Rowley, Adelia and Henry II, between the rational and the demented.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • There, through scarcely visible clefts and joinings, escaped a pungent vapor, which infected the atmosphere of the cavern.

    The Mysterious Island

  • Hence you frequently find the joinings forming one seam from the top to the bottom.

    Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa

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