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Not joined together.‘unjoined edges’
- ‘For English, as with other languages originating in Europe, a cardinal feature in learning to write is learning to join letters as opposed to leaving them in an unjoined form known as print script.’
- ‘75% of the female population, including unjoined heifers, will attend, with nourishment.’
- ‘They both look healthy, and unjoined, and I can't see any kind of problem forming in the future.’
- ‘The inner carina is thin when present and may be expressed as a line of raised, unjoined, reticulate interspaces.’
- ‘In some cases the two heads of gastrocnemius may be unjoined until their insertion onto the calcaneus and with separation from soleus.’
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