double-work

double-work

[¦dəb·əl ¦wərk]
(botany)
In plant propagation, to graft or bud a scion to an intermediate variety that is itself grafted on a stock of still another variety.
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Although Eusebius finds fault with Jews and Judaism, "such polemical aspects should, however, in no way distract from the clearly central conclusions of the double-work, that is, that Judaism .
The LCV 40's rotary double-work spindles indeed represent an unprecedented machine design as far as gear-cutting machines are concerned.