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Joiner vs. Splice

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Joinernoun

A maker of wooden furniture or fittings.

Splicenoun

(nautical) A junction or joining of ropes made by splicing them together.

Joinernoun

A woodworking machine used to prepare edges of wooden elements to join to other wood pieces.

Splicenoun

(electrical) The electrical and mechanical connection between two pieces of wire or cable.

Joinernoun

A thing that joins two separate items, e.g. software to connect video or music clips.

Splicenoun

(cricket) That part of a bat where the handle joins the blade.

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Joinernoun

A person who joins societies or organizations.

Splicenoun

Bonding or joining of overlapping materials.

Joinernoun

One who, or that which, joins.

Splicenoun

(genetics) The process of removing intron sequences from the pre-messenger RNA, and then joining together exons.

Joinernoun

One whose occupation is to construct articles by joining pieces of wood; a mechanic who does the woodwork (as doors, stairs, etc.) necessary for the finishing of buildings.

Spliceverb

To unite, as two ropes, or parts of a rope, by a particular manner of interweaving the strands, -- the union being between two ends, or between an end and the body of a rope.

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Joinernoun

A wood-working machine, for sawing, plaining, mortising, tenoning, grooving, etc.

Spliceverb

To unite, as spars, timbers, rails, etc., by lapping the two ends together, or by applying a piece which laps upon the two ends, and then binding, or in any way making fast.

Joinernoun

a person who likes to join groups

Spliceverb

(slang) To unite in marriage.

Joinernoun

a woodworker whose work involves making things by joining pieces of wood

Spliceverb

(figuratively) To unite as if splicing.

‘He argues against attempts to splice different genres or species of literature into a single composition.’;

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Joiner

A joiner is an artisan and tradesperson who builds things by joining pieces of wood, particularly lighter and more ornamental work than that done by a carpenter, including furniture and the of a house, ship, etc. Joiners may work in a workshop, because the formation of various joints is made easier by the use of non-portable, powered machinery, or on job site.

‘fittings’;

Spliceverb

(genetics) To remove intron sequences from the pre-messenger RNA, and then join together exons.

Spliceverb

To unite, as two ropes, or parts of a rope, by a particular manner of interweaving the strands, - the union being between two ends, or between an end and the body of a rope.

Spliceverb

To unite, as spars, timbers, rails, etc., by lapping the two ends together, or by applying a piece which laps upon the two ends, and then binding, or in any way making fast.

Spliceverb

To unite in marriage.

Splicenoun

A junction or joining made by splicing.

Splicenoun

a junction where two things (as paper or film or magnetic tape) have been joined together;

‘the break was due to an imperfect splice’;

Splicenoun

joint made by overlapping two ends and joining them together

Spliceverb

join the ends of;

‘splice film’;

Spliceverb

perform a marriage ceremony;

‘The minister married us on Saturday’; ‘We were wed the following week’; ‘The couple got spliced on Hawaii’;

Spliceverb

join together so as to form new genetic combinations;

‘splice genes’;

Spliceverb

join by interweaving strands;

‘Splice the wires’;

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