JOIN


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JOINJournal of Interconnection Networks
JOINJob Opportunities in Nevada (Reno, NV)
JOINJewish Ozzies' Inter.Net (Australia)
JOINJoint Opportunities for Independence (West Virginia)
JOINJoint Optical Information Network
JOINJoint Operational Information Network
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Logan, hastening to join us, with a number of well armed men: This powerful assistance we unfortunately wanted in the battle; for, notwithstanding the enemy's superiority of numbers, they acknowledged that, if they had received one more fire from us, they should undoubtedly have given way.
This is quite irresistible, and every one in the room joins in, until the place becomes a maze of flying skirts and bodies quite dazzling to look upon.
Two or three more of the chosen only were to be admitted to join them, and it was to be done in a quiet, unpretending, elegant way, infinitely superior to the bustle and preparation, the regular eating and drinking, and picnic parade of the Eltons and the Sucklings.
Palmer, travelling more expeditiously with Colonel Brandon, was to join them at Cleveland soon after their arrival.
If any opportunity falls in your way after you have taken the house, and before we join you, of exchanging a few civil words either with Mr.
They are waiting on the shingle--will you come and join the dance?
Come into the ship with us,' answered the Simpleton; and the man was only too glad to join them, and he got in; and the ship flew on, farther and farther, till again the Simpleton from his outlook saw a man on the road below, carrying on his back a basket full of bread.
The Portuguese unadvisedly engaged themselves in an enterprise, to march through the whole country, in order to join the Emperor, who was then in the most remote part of his dominions.
Let all our neighbors know that we shall join with them to oppose aggression or subversion anywhere in the Americas.
The jailers had all left to join the fighters in the throne room, so we searched the labyrinthine prison without opposition.
For example: two fives make ten, but the two fives have no common boundary, but are separate; the parts three and seven also do not join at any boundary.
He was directly invited to join their party, but he declined it, observing that he could imagine but two motives for their choosing to walk up and down the room together, with either of which motives his joining them would interfere.