clip joint


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clip joint

A mortar joint which is thicker than usual; used to bring a masonry course to a required height.
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Hedz, The Clip Joint, Fringe Benefits, A Cut Above, Perm & Go; you name it I've spotted it - I was really looking forward to Bad Hair Days (C4, Thursday).
Joe Lawless, at Clip Joint hairdressers in Tile Hill, Coventry, got snipping and soon transformed the young performer for his starring role.
But, thanks to the disparate gaggle of funny individuals who unite to defy the businessmen and save Cal's clip joint from demolition, director Kevin Rodney Sullivan pulls it off.
This Sunday, the Scottish Groomers Association is holding a seminar under the live- wire organisation of Pamela McMenemy, of the Clip Joint, 50 Caledonia Street, Paisley.
Alison contacted doggy beauty parlour, The Clip Joint in Paisley, for some inside info on what the fashionable pooch is wearing this season.
You have the normal Fringe, where you buy tickets for events beforehand, and the free Fringe, where admission is free, but you have to pay to get out, as they used to do in clip joints.
The clip joints that are greyhound tracks will echo ever more eerily for a while; and then, one has to suppose, the game will simply die, its memory kept alive perhaps by the virtual version its owners have shown they're perfectly happy to peddle instead.
These clubs are a far cry from the dingy East End pubs where women stripped and passed around a pint glass for tips or the ultra-sleazy clip joints of Soho.