strike joint

strike joint

[′strīk ‚jȯint]
(geology)
A joint that strikes parallel to the bedding or cleavage of the constituent rock.
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They also got to explore ways to strike joint agreements and cooperation at industrial, production and commercial levels.
In the city as scheduled part of the Investment and Trade Initiative, a 2-day programme of the South African Department of Trade and Industry that started, the delegation needs to lure investors, strike joint venture collaborations and promote exports.
M2 PHARMA-January 6, 2012-Alnylam, Arrowhead strike joint licensing contract(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Jeddah, Muharram 8, 1433, Dec 3, 2011, SPA -- In a meeting held at Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI) here today, Japan displayed its latest technologies related to water and renewable energy to woo Saudi businessmen to strike joint investments in this vital arena.
There is no doubt it remains a threat, but equally it can also be seen as an opportunity to become more efficient, strike joint ventures and enter new markets.
Innovative small- and medium-sized companies in the now-25-member country economic giant are waiting with state-of-the-art technologies for Canadian investors to strike joint venture deals with, as a means to expand into North American and eastern European markets.
AutoZone will broker Accelerate's core assistance as it looks to develop new relationships, with companies able to tap into business development grants and technology transfer centres to introduce new processes, products, strike joint venture agreements and even launch their own foreign plants.
The aim would be for them to introduce new processes, products, strike joint venture agreements and even launch their own foreign plants.
While the North and South [-] are opening a page of peace, the United States is deploying strategic means, including strike joints of nuclear aircraft carriers around the Korean Peninsula, trying to deliberately exacerbate the situation," the letter read.
Laying block at a slow pace may require laying one course and stopping to strike joints.