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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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Simple joint count Four different joint unclear on type of counts: 45, 35, 27, tool (i.e., manikin/ and 10 Lower and figure/form) upper limbs Consolaro et al.
"Adopting this simple joint resolution is a small but significant step towards increasing transparency and accountability in the legislature," the Makabayan solons said.
We have seen that some claim that action observation, which trigger shared goal representations, together with joint attention suffices for simple joint actions.
"It's a fairly simple joint venture; they hold the assets on which we will operate," said Rix.
A simple joint venture between independent operators and the council on such an event would make a significant step forward in communications between the parties and, more importantly, a major contribution to the Birmingham city community," said Mr Jobe.
He said: "On the surface, the shoulder joint appears to be a very simple joint, however, it is actually quite complex.
Such findings suggest that "the role of obesity with respect to osteoarthritis and functioning may extend mechanistically beyond that of just simple joint loading," said Dr.