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adjective as in shared, combined

noun as in cheap hangout

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In a joint statement, the district and San Diego Education Association wrote that they would continue to follow science and take precautions.

Last summer the UK and Australian data protection watchdogs announced a joint investigation into Clearview’s personal data handling practices.

Leaders in the District, Maryland and Virginia made a joint request to the federal government this week, asking that it take responsibility for vaccinating tens of thousands of essential federal workers who live in the Washington region.

Most recently, he separated the AC joint in his left shoulder on a dive for the pylon for a rushing touchdown in the first-round playoff game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The joint card will serve as the way that couples can spend from the same account.

I went to his joint once, back when I was first hanging out in New York, doing plays.

On the northern side of the Joint Security Area between North and South Korea, there is a village called Kijong-dong (기정동).

You get vaccinated in the arm, you shouldn't have inflammation in the joint.

“We are proud of the work we have done for our country,” Mitchell and Jessen have said in a joint statement.

This past May, NBC News and The Wall Street Journal conducted a joint poll on body art.

While his mother was cleaning the fish, Alila made a fire and cut the bamboos at every joint.

The statutes usually prescribe how notice of the joint meeting shall be given.

And on this night they produced the finished product of their joint work for the last several weeks.

Nor can one of two joint inventors make application and secure the patent on assignment from the other; both must join.

An Act was passed which gave to a joint stock company an absolute monopoly of lustrings for a term of fourteen years.


On this page you'll find 140 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to joint, such as: collective, concerted, cooperative, common, consolidated, and joined.

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