roll joint

roll joint

In sheet-metal work, a joint formed by rolling the edges of adjoining sheets together and then flattening the roll.
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Yes, it is still a sausage roll joint. But it has become far more than that.
Contract notice: acquisition of a vibratory tandem roll joint joint
If the roll joint of the ankle in the lateral plane is active, in the ideal condition the trunk moves right without trunk roll motion (shown in Figure 4, middle); if the ankle does not have roll joints, the trunk's roll angle is large when the trunk move right (shown as Figure 4 right); if the ankle has roll joints but they are passive, the trunk's roll angle exists, but it is smaller.
After that, the robot arm swings from back to front by using the roll joint (R5).
This is your stereotypical kebab roll joint after all, offering 'grab it and go' meals, or at best 'eat it in the car while parked on the curb' meals.
When you're done with the top section, roll joint compound on the lower half.
"This is a famous rock and roll joint where there are wall-to-wall groupies.
The investigation into the case first started in January when the Wakulla County Sheriff's Office learned a child might have been involved in using both drugs. Wakulla County Sheriff's Office in their report wrote, "People 'joked' about the child's ability to roll joints (for Ecker)." 
Wipe those images of pooches trying to roll joints with their paws from your mind - what is being called for is medical cannabis for sick dogs.
As a result, lobster mashed potatoes and lobster mac and cheese now appear on menus all over the country (not to mention the spate of new lobster roll joints in New York City), for much cheaper prices than before.
And while serving time in prison he would use the pages of the Bible to roll joints to smoke.
After an adolescence of burglary, theft and heroin use, his spiritual journey began at the age of 18 in Swansea's prison, where he ran out of cigarette papers and tore pages out of a Gideon Bible to roll joints.