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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of join.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. married.
- adj. connected by a link, as railway cars or trailer trucks.
- adj. connected by or sharing a wall with another building.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. connected by a link, as railway cars or trailer trucks
- adj. of or relating to two people who are married to each other
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Big changes arrived in 2004, when the label joined with Starbucks to release
The party he joined is the same party that put the country into this mess that is being cleaned up and rather than join in the efforts he fled because he fared for his relection.
The place where we are joined is a secret place for Hattie and me, especially since everyone always wants to look at it — a bone hinge covered in smooth skin, our spines locked together at the base.
The place where we are joined is a secret place for Hattie and me, especially since everyone always wants to look at it.
Ariel and Kevin joined Fairchild and Ramsay for a Bon Appétit photo shoot at Shutters on the Beach in Santa Monica, Calif., where their winning dishes were photographed for a spread in the magazine.
HuffPost's Sam Stein joined USA Today's Susan Page Thursday on "Hardball" to discuss Sarah Palin and her possible bid for president in 2012, along with pushback from people like Karl Rove.
CONAN: NPR political editor Ken Rudin joined us in Studio 3A.
Even Doctor Melvin joined the fray, though he wasn't used to melee combat.
Martin joined the band in 1996, shortly before the release of their second album, and at the time the prospect was, she recalls, faintly daunting.
Swain joined in, kicking him twice more in the head.