joint set

joint set

[′jȯint ‚set]
(geology)
A group of parallel joints in a geologic formation.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Indian classical music legends Pandit Jasraj and Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia will perform in a joint set on March 23 in Dubai, a concert that is expected to last nearly 150 minutes.
The aim is to bring together our goals in a joint set of objectives we all want to achieve.
"The aim is to bring together our goals in to a joint set of objectives we all want to achieve.
According to the joint set orientations and some literatures of slope instability studies [21, 22], due to the mining of the hanging-wall ore-bodies via induced caving, the north slope may take place sliding failure, whereas the south slope may take place topping failure.
Caption: FIGURE 5: Photograph showing the fractured rock mass and the measurement area of rock joint set.
These techniques often rely on position and velocity feedback obtained from proprioception sensors to compute admissible joint set points for whole-body control.
THE UK Government will today publish a joint set of pledges for further devolution of powers to the National Assembly.
Let the glue joint set up for about 20 to 30 minutes.
Yesterday, in a joint set of arguments compiled by the family's barristers, the Court of Appeal was urged to rule the convictions "unsafe".

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