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joining

The junction of two separate plaster applications of the same coat, usually within a single surface plane.
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I was not having a good time." Just six months after joining, Hart left the club with a new understanding.
Before joining the Inquirer, Ward was managing editor of the Baltimore News-American.
A fifth are undecided about the benefits of a single currency and 20.3 per cent wanted to continue to investigate the possibility of joining but without a definite commitment.
The prior practice experience groups of "student" and "large group" were not included in the analysis, because only three reviews were conducted on physicians from large practice groups and only four reviews were conducted on physicians who were students prior to joining the large practice.
A new procedure for the diffusion joining of the non-oxide ceramics-silicon nitride ([Si.sub.3][N.sub.4]) with ceramic foils, consisting sinter additive, shall here be introduced.
"Welding tends to be joined under other things, but is not generally called welding or joining technology.
Previous Experience: Prior to joining Bell Atlantic in 1996, Budd was a senior partner at Goodwin, Procter & Hoar, a Boston law firm.
Prior to joining Equis, Armstrong was director of leasing for Helmsley Spear Inc., managing over 2 million rentable s/f.
Lambert joined the Board in 1984 and worked in the Division of Personnel, the Division of International Finance, and the Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation before joining RBOPS in 1999.
New approaches to joining plastic parts will attract attention at this NPE, where an array of new models of many types will be at work and several new suppliers will be on hand.
Prior to joining Charleston|Orwig, Opperman was the project manager for ADDS Center, Verona, Wis.
Before joining Conseco in June 1999, Berube was president and chief operating officer of American Life Insurance Co., a subsidiary of American International Group Inc.