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joint

1. n. a tavern; a speakeasy. (Prohibition.) I wanted to open a joint, but I don’t have the cash.
2. n. a low-class establishment; a dive. Let’s get out of this crummy joint.
3. n. a tobacco cigarette. Why are beggars being choosers about their joints all of a sudden?
4. n. a marijuana cigarette. The joint wasn’t enough to carry him very long.
5. n. a penis. (Usually objectionable.) He covered his joint and ran for the dressing room.
6. n. a jail; a prison. (Underworld.) Lefty just got out of the joint.
7. n. a toilet. I gotta get to the joint fast!
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Although they classified the joint surface shape into two levels, they did not propose the borderline for the division of the two level shapes, which results in the inconvenience for application.
Many officers have, to their surprise, been denied joint qualification despite working at great length with multiple services or nations in a demanding, intense combat environment.
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This primer provides a closer look at the joint qualification process and focus areas for joint billets, assignments and qualifications.
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This joint can be manufactured with no complex setups or special tools.
* Reconstruction and stabilization engineer operations, including joint interagency, intergovernmental, and multinational (JIIM) support.
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The Department of Defense announced the details of a new joint qualification system (JQS), which will help to identify military personnel who possess the abilities needed to achieve success in the joint/interagency environment.
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Well I'll offer that your Air Force is moving in a significantly different direction, relative to organized training and equipping, and looking to better fight this joint fight, this coalition fight, and looking for ways to more quickly win this global war on terrorism, and be able to dominate the next war should deterrence and dissuasion fail.