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dovetail with something

1. . Lit. to interlock tightly with something using a dovetail joint. The side of the drawer dovetails with the front of the drawer.
2. Fig. to fit neatly into something. Your story doesn't dovetail with mine very well.
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Dovetail also offers 'a la carte' pricing so customers only have to order what they need to achieve the goals specific to their research project.
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Holden Town Manager Jacquelyn Kelly said Furniture by Dovetail is a valuable, active neighbor in the town's industrial park.
So that, in emphasizing that dovetail coordination may, possibly, serve as such a normative criterion for society, one is transcending the individual level and making pronouncements at the supra-individual level.
My 30cm LX200 optical tube does not have a dovetail bar so the options for attaching it to a commercial German equatorial mount boiled down to three: screw a plate between mirror cell and corrector cell onto which a dovetail bar could be mounted; make a cradle to wrap around the tube and attach that to a dovetail; or, possibly, buy a commercial system like a Homeyer (4) or Parallax Instruments (5) cradle.
The wood dovetail is a centuries old connection that was developed as a simple yet effective means to join orthogonal members and has been extensively used throughout Europe and Asia.
Dovetail launched in September 2006, leading the way in quality online content distribution by offering independent producers the opportunity to showcase their works via an HD-quality, DRM-secure download service.
LogicaCMG today announced that it has extended the partnership with Dovetail Systems and Alaric to provide a leading demonstrable, integrated solution enabling banks to implement the UK Faster Payments scheme and to meet industry deadlines.
It summarizes the content of each article by indicating how the arguments and issues discussed dovetail into one another.
Two models are available: a handlebar mount and a dovetail mount.
Sharon Larson served as the chair of the Best of NAMA Committee and this year the decision was made to hold all of the regional judging in one location and dovetail it with the Agribusiness Forum.
Their socially oriented practices clearly dovetail with the interests of Documenta 10 director Catherine David, who is the "conceptual curator" of this show organized by MACBA curator Roland Groenenboom.
The former assembly operator said: "Through a redundancy help team put in place by Scottish Enterprise Borders I heard about Dovetail Development Centre.
In particular, the new data dovetail with a report that sounds from sources in motion stimulate extra activity in the right visual cortex of blind people.