A ceremony where two people are joined in marriage.
United or joined closely as by hooking or dovetailing.
No new countries joined in 2002. Prior to that, the last countries to join joined in 1995. The next set of countries joined in 2004.
It was set up for the benifet of the countries who joined it
Tissue is a group of organ joined together.
a chain of amino acids joined by peptide linkages
Because two skeletons are joined with nut and bolt.
That is the definition of a closed set.
Joined together. It is also used as a slang term meaning "married."
A number of people, states, countries joined together for a common purpose
Two parts that are joined, but can move relative to each other.
Before Clark Set off with Lewis, He joined the Kentucky Militia, Then later joined the army.
parallels means which never joined -BY NAMRATA NEERAJ TRIPATHI
The emancipation of slaves or indentured servants who joined the British army.
A sentence that contains two independent clauses joined by a coordinating conjunction.
adnex means connection or joined to and genesis means to produce so the definition is "producing a connection"
Yes, if using the definition that a compound word is comprised of two words being concatenated (joined) together to form a new word, then in this case the two words - (1) "fat" and (2) "her" - are joined together to make the compound word "father".
set into motion
set into motion
You can't unless you just joined, and haven't set a username
A pair of chromosomes containing a maternal and paternal chromatid joined to together at the centromere.
Yes. It has a logical definition and no members violate that definition.
NO- by definition a set is not a proper subset of itself . ( It is a subset, but not a proper one. )