halved joint

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half-lap joint, halved joint, halving joint

half-lap joint
A joint at the intersection of two wood members of equal thickness in which half the thickness of each is removed so that they fit together to form a flush surface.
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In a second study, 300 mg once daily halved joint space loss compared with placebo over a 2-year period in patients with joint space width below median values.