Definitions for "Joining"
The process of putting together mitered sticks of moulding to make the frame. Joining requires applying glue to each corner, carefully placing the segments in the vise or joining machine, and then attaching the corners. If placed in a vise, the corners can be nailed by hand. If placed in a power joiner such as an underpinner, the segments will be held together by staples or wedges inserted by the machine from underneath. The nails are important because they hold the corner together firmly until the glue dries. However, glue is most important to provide a strong joint that will not separate easily.
The juncture of two separate plaster applications usually within a single surface plane; also called a Jointing.
(v) The bringing together of two or more parts of an assembly in such a way as to overcome the natural forces that would separate them. Joining can be done with mechanical fasteners, adhesives, etc., and can be either temporary or permanent.
the act of bringing two things into contact (especially for communication); "the joining of hands around the table"; "there was a connection via the internet"
Teleporting to the same location as somebody chosen from Contacts list
Keywords:  partnership, becoming, people, two, one
a partnership, not two people becoming one