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jointery

jointery
 n.— «The Government, however, now has to turn the rhetoric of the SDR into reality—in particular, what Johns describes as the key theme of “jointery,” of tri -service commands—known as Purple commands in the UK.» —“Rhetoric Or Reality?” by Douglas Barrie Flight International (U.K.) July 15, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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