end joint

end joint

end joint, 1 with fishplates
1.A joint formed when boards are joined end to end, as a butt joint.
2. A joint, perpendicular to the grain, formed between two veneers.
3. A joint formed by the butt ends of two bricks which are connected with mortar.
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RIA news agency cited a Russian senator as saying on Wednesday that Russia will end joint projects with Montenegro if the ex-Communist country joins the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
This forms a sealed end joint that eliminates the need for caulking during or after installation, improves longevity and reduces maintenance costs.
According to Economy Minister Bekim Neziri, efforts are made to intensify business communication between companies and local and central authorities, to which end joint cross-border projects, funded by the EU IPA funds, are also used.
At the end joint pray was offered for long lasting peace and tranquility in the mother land.
Japan's two largest consumer electronics companies, said on Wednesday that they will end joint development of organic light emitting diode (OLED) television screens
Toyota, Ford end joint development of hybrid pickups, SUVs
The end joint of top chord of composite truss (Fig.
Sunderland West End joint manager David Bond reports that Lloyd Conlon, who was with Ryhope when they won the championship last season, is suspended.
Unfortunately, it caught one of the fingers on her right hand and removed the end joint.
The latest to open up in this Sefton Park alley is top end joint, Pablo's.
It's no secret the Eugene City Council is unhappy that its neighbor Springfield convinced the Oregon Legislature to end joint control of the two cities' urban growth boundary.