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 ► “Only large firms with large volumes of accounts receivable may be able to justify the cost of an in-house, technology-based solution that dovetails with its business patterns and staff resources.” (Corporate Cash Flow, Sept. 1994, p. 30)

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  • dovetails — n. something in the shape of a dove s tail; projection shaped like a dove s tail (Construction); dovetail joint, joint comprised of a tenon and mortise v. join with tenons, fit together using dovetails (Construction); join closely together …   English contemporary dictionary

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  • Backsaw — Three backsaws: dōzuki (top), Gent s saw and Tenon saw A backsaw is any hand saw which has a stiffening rib on the edge opposite the cutting edge, allowing for better control and more precise cutting than with other types of saws. Backsaws are… …   Wikipedia

  • Workbench (woodworking) — A Workbench is a table used by woodworkers to hold workpieces while they are worked by other tools. There are many styles of woodworking benches, each reflecting the type of work to be done or the craftsman s way of working. Most benches have two …   Wikipedia

  • dovetail — [[t]dʌ̱vteɪl[/t]] dovetails, dovetailing, dovetailed 1) V RECIP ERG If two things dovetail or if one thing dovetails with another, the two things fit together neatly or have some common characteristics. [pl n V] I m following up a few things that …   English dictionary

  • dovetail — I UK [ˈdʌvˌteɪl] / US verb [intransitive/transitive] Word forms dovetail : present tense I/you/we/they dovetail he/she/it dovetails present participle dovetailing past tense dovetailed past participle dovetailed to fit together, or to work… …   English dictionary

  • dovetail — /ˈdʌvteɪl / (say duvtayl) noun 1. Carpentry a joint or fastening formed by one or more tenons and mortices spread in the shape of a dove s tail. –verb (t) 2. Carpentry to join together by means of a dovetail or dovetails. 3. to join together… …   Australian English dictionary

  • dovetailed — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌtāld adjective Etymology: dovetail (I) + ed 1. : having a tail like a dove s 2. : joined with or as if with dovetails : having a dovetail or a dovetailed part carefully dovetailed air and land operations made the attack successful 3 …   Useful english dictionary

  • dovetailer — ˈ ̷ ̷ˌtālə(r) noun ( s) : one that dovetails; specifically : an operator of a machine for cutting dovetails in wood …   Useful english dictionary

  • Dovetail — Dove tail , n. (Carp.) A flaring tenon, or tongue (shaped like a bird s tail spread), and a mortise, or socket, into which it fits tightly, making an interlocking joint between two pieces which resists pulling a part in all directions except one …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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