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Joint is a location where two bones make contact.
Joint may also refer to:
- Joint (mechanics), a connection between two rigid bodies which allows movement with one or more degrees of freedom
- Universal joint, a rotary joint that can bend.
Architecture, construction and mechanical engineering
- Joint (building), a junction where building elements meet without a static load being applied from one element to another
- Mortar joint, the mortar-filled space between masonry bricks
- Woodworking joint, used to join wood parts so that they cannot move relative to each other
- Bolted joint, common element in construction and machine design.
Geology and geotechincal engineering
- Joint (geology), a fracture in a rock mass which has no offset
- Discontinuity, a joint (discontinuity) in geotechnical engineering
- "Joint" (song), a 2007 J-pop maxi single by Mami Kawada
- "Joint Joint", a song by Dub Narcotic Sound System from their 2004 album Degenerate Introduction
- "Joints", a song by Holly Miranda from The Magician's Private Library
- "John", a 2002 rap song by Bulgarian rap band Upsurt, also known as "Joint" (the song itself is a cover of "Boys" by Sabrina Salerno)
- Joint (audio engineering), refers to a joining of several channels of similar information in order to obtain higher quality or smaller file size
- Slang for prison in the United States
- Colloquial general term for a small establishment, or gathering place such as a juke joint
- Alf Joint (1927–2005), British film stuntman
- Joint (cannabis), a cannabis cigarette
- American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, colloquially known as "The Joint"
- (UK) A large cut of meat, as distinguished from a chop
- Join (disambiguation)
- Joiner (disambiguation)
- Joinery (disambiguation)
- All pages beginning with "Joint"
- The Joint (disambiguation)
- Plastic joining
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