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jointery

jointery
 n.— «Peacekeeping will have major procurement implications: there will be an emphasis on flexibility and amphibiosity and the marines will have a new significance. There are implications for heavy transport and training and for “jointery,” one of the themes of the defence costs study, and there will be renewed emphasis on the interoperability of equipment.» —“House of Commons Hansard Debates” by Donald Anderson Commons Hansard (U.K.) Oct. 18, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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