from The Century Dictionary.
- In heraldry, broken into dovetails, as the edge or bounding line of an ordinary or any division of the field. See
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
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I thought and thought and studied it and studied it, and noticed that in the original announcement, a RL name dovetailed with an actual RL name on the company website.
Consequently, it kind of dovetailed and we kind of spun a bit as the game went on.
The company held a "Summer Sizzler" sale, and throughout the fall knocked half off all premium upgrades, such as dovetailed maple drawers, glazing, or distressing.
There are some traditional woodworking joinery concepts that apply, but since all of your cuts are made on a single plane, there are some that don't (such as dovetailed corners).
There are some traditional woodworking joinery concepts that apply, but since all of your cuts are made on a single plane, there are some that don't (such as dovetailed corners). cigar box Arduino lab, I'm designing a mobile prototyping kit.
"dovetailed" into the organization, be made a means of somewhat relieving the pressure that must be expected to be felt in the attempt to carry out such a course as is outlined below.
Many similar outrages, that dovetailed with the plot of the revolutionists, were given.
This dovetailed neatly with the other main ex-post-facto "solution" being proposed - vote the Republicans out of office.
In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Ryan Murphy said, Everybody has seen a straight couple losing their virginity, but has anyone dovetailed the gay and straight stories together and given them equal weight?
And as manufacturing became more technologically stable and product lines matured during the postwar boom, suburban growth dovetailed nicely with the pattern of industrial growth.
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