face joint


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face joint

A joint which is visible on the face of a masonry wall, usually more carefully pointed or struck than the others.
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They face joint charges of manslaughter and causing/ allowing the death of Kayleigh Mai Sheard.
The former Ireland out-half knows the attendance is sure to be back to normal levels this weekend as the hype fades away post-Toulouse - but he says his players must deal with that as they prepare to face joint Pro 12 leaders Ospreys on Saturday.
In that case, China could maintain its nominal exchange rate and face joint tariffs or agree to some adjustment and try using fiscal policy to offset the reduction in its trade surplus.
Pigeons face joint attack Falconer Mike Coles Falconer Ian Cain with trained hawk Archie Gemmill
FORMER Warrington coach Paul Cullen makes his debut as coach of neighbouring Widnes tonight when they face joint title favourites Halifax in the second round of the Cooperative Championship.
"We face joint challenges, such as combatting terrorism," he continued.
66 to apply in cases in which spouses face joint liability under community property laws.
The "Bath Bullet" will face joint world record holders Justin Gatlin and Asafa Powell at the Tyneside venue on June 11.
DTZ League champions Harborne face joint leaders Leek at home today.
They have been summoned to appear at Belfast Magistrates' Court to face joint bills of more than pounds 16,000.
Under CERCLA, all generators of such wastes are considered to be PRPS, which face joint and several liability for site remediation.
The minister asserted Iraq's keenness to establish the best relations with Spain, exchange mutual interests and face joint risks.