Interjunction

Related to Interjunction: interjection, preposition

In`ter`junc´tion


n.1.A mutual joining.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Meanwhile, the US-Saudi aggression warplanes waged six air raids on al-Bareh area and al-Waze'yah interjunction. HA Saba
He also emphasised the need for more solar streetlights arguing that Thamaga was prone to criminal activities which had resulted in some people losing their lives, thefore, it was important that streetlights be prioritised especially in strategic crime prone areas such as bus stops and interjunctions.
More importantly, the abovementioned coalescence can provide an additional advantage in that the MNPs strongly adhere to the walls of the MWCNTs to form the intra- or interjunctions between the MWCNTs and the MNPs, lowering the contact resistance between MWCNTs and resulting in improved mechanical integrity and excellent electrical conductivity.