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2 : to take part in a group activity <We all joined in the chorus.
JAL and Malev have also already joined the alliance's Global Explorer round-the-world fare product, which already included some other carriers which are not part of the alliance.
Cynthia Elizabeth Kwan has joined the K-12 Practice Group as a Designer for the Catto Elementary School / Boys & Girls Club of Camden.
Johnsen joined the Board's staff in 1998 as a senior community affairs analyst and was promoted to manager in 1999.
He joined Bayer in 1988 as a consultant in the organization of the business and administration and planning department.
turned pro in 1966; joined PGA Tour in 1970, earning a career-best $48,486 in 1974; through 1999 had won 12 Senior PGA Tour titles.
Just as conventional spot welding robots typically have a C-frame design wherein the two pieces to be joined are clamped and welded, Ward says that this same arrangement can be set up for ultrasonic welding.
Connors joined the Board's staff in 1977 and was named section chief in 1987.
Houlihan/Lawrence announced that Lynn Peters has joined the firm as an associate broker.
However, laser joining of plastics has been held back until now by a lack of suitable equipment, restrictions on polymers and colors that can be joined, and limited awareness of the technology's potential.
The athletics program then joined the Big Sky in a partnership often tested by CSUN's inability to upgrade its athletic facilities and the scandals that rocked the school in the recent past.
Sanders joined Exxon in 1961 as an engineer in the company's Baton Rouge, LA refinery.