Verb(1) make contact or come together(2) take in marriage
(1) Such ethnographic explorations of film, video and television elsewhere place the book at some distance from many ongoing discussions that conjoin film and anthropology.(2) He seeks to avoid a ├ö├ç├┐one-sided materialistic├ö├ç├û view of history, and therefore attempts to conjoin analysis of the material with the spiritual - that is, between patterns of belief and systems of social action.(3) He is a worshipper not merely of his subject but of his metaphor - and he is compelled to conjoin them, despite the well-documented agnosticism.(4) The proposal to conjoin the city's large student population into one ward is not new.(5) He distinguishes three phases, designating them after the programmatic conceit which serves in each case to emblematize the unity of purpose conjoining the individuals depicted.(6) As such, her poetry signifies a self-determining moment in the history and reception of African American writing, conjoining aspects of expression that cross-refer to both adults and children in Appalachia and beyond.(7) This shadowy musing conjoins the two sides of the equation to memorable effect.(8) I believe that such a Left is emerging, conjoining a nascent, heterogenous anti-capitalism with full-blooded anti-imperialism.(9) As I have said, although they were subject of separate extradition requests, the committal hearing was conjoined or consolidated.(10) As such, it is the critical aspect of making art, the linchpin that unites theory with practice and conjoins the intellect and the hand.(11) The fact that A and B are constantly conjoined , or even necessarily connected, does not have the slightest tendency to prove that A does not exist.(12) This sublime sphere, set amid the ordered nature of a landscaped garden, combined the functions of memorial and planetarium, conjoining the transience of humanity with the eternal celestial realm.(13) A metaphor typically conjoins a term drawn from the physical world with a term belonging to a ├ö├ç├┐higher├ö├ç├û, non-material domain.(14) With the digital addition of a unicorn's horn, the heraldic beast conjoins a singularly aristocratic symbol of Christian purity and England's national enthusiasm for horses.(15) I was a bit daunted by the prospect of three new blog characters all at once, so I conjoined them into two.(16) The papier-mÔö£├│chÔö£┬« city, one might say, is a dialectical image: it conjoins grim desperation with possibility, an earthy materialism with idealism, the old and discarded with the utterly new.
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Different Formsconjoin, conjoined, conjoiner, conjoiners, conjoining, conjoins
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