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Joint

Describing anything in which two or more persons hold equal rights and responsibilities. For example, every account holder may use the funds in a joint account (though not always independently from the other holders), and each owner is equally liable for a jointly-held property.
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There was only one danger--that my joints would rust; but I kept an oil-can in my cottage and took care to oil myself whenever I needed it.
His head and arms and legs were jointed upon his body, but he stood perfectly motionless, as if he could not stir at all.
In the mild season of peace, with minds unoccupied by other subjects, they passed many months in cool, uninterrupted, and daily consultation; and finally, without having been awed by power, or influenced by any passions except love for their country, they presented and recommended to the people the plan produced by their joint and very unanimous councils.
The automotive ball joints market comprises massive global and local vendors.
Summary: The automotive ball joints market comprises massive global and local vendors.
Keeping a good posture goes a long way in maintaining good health, including keeping your joints healthy, said Dr.
The stress distribution in rock masses and the crack expansion mode of joints have no significant effect on the microcosmic roughness.
"Joints are the foundation of an active and healthy lifestyle, yet are often overlooked," said Joint Juice chief executive officer David Ritterbush.
Smooth tissue called cartilage and synovium and a lubricant called synovial fluid cushion the joints so that bones do not rub together.
The mortise and tenon (M&T) joint has been used in the furniture industry in joints requiring high strength for many years.