dovetailing


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dovetailing

[′dəv‚tāl·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
In thermal spraying, roughening the surface by angular cutting prior to the deposit of sprayed material.
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It may be seen, by superficial observers of the state of society, as a benignly stable situation (such as may have been the case in the horse-and-buggy age, before the discovery of the profits available through innovating the automobile.) It follows, therefore, that the entrepreneur-discoverer who moves to exploit the "surplus" that he discovers, is generating a dovetailing among otherwise uncoordinated potential decisionmakers.
G.: The main way I see the dovetailing of academics and technique is in the information that is provided in academics and how that informs dancers in their work in the field as well as outside the field.
One way to do this is to approach the initial stages of the design process with a particular mind-set involving a technique I call "dovetailing chunks."