cojoin

cojoin

(ˌkəʊˈdʒɔɪn)
vb (tr)
to conjoin
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This involves the professional veterans and "interactions that cojoin less and more experienced persons in the structuring of knowledge, emotion, and social action" (Ochs 2001:227).
We know that music can be used in improving living standards clinically as it cojoins the physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual forces and this has propelled us to nourish the souls of people with our distinctive, charming R&B and Pop voices," explained the RcKLess Bounce team.
Arcology cojoins architecture and ecology to form new urban habitats," Soleri explains.