Examples of adjoin in a Sentence
Her office adjoins the library.
The two rooms adjoin each other.
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First stop was a Gulf Coast shrimp feast lunch and reunion visit with my relatives at cousin Alfred Davis’ thousand-acre spread adjoining a huge nature reserve.
With 13 stories and three adjoining concrete blocks in a prime location, the hotel accommodates flocks of pigeons on the upper floors and has rented out its basement, once used as a prison by Serbian paramilitary thugs, to a health club.
In PyeongChang, Lipinski and Weir posted a video decrying the fact that their hotel rooms weren’t adjoining — so Lipinski busted in on Weir trying on outfits for the next day.
Memorial School, which adjoins the site of Lake View School, will have an assembly recalling the tragedy, open to the public, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Monday at 410 East 152nd St.
Routinely, there are three receptacles, of different colors, all adjoining one another.
The only other country with continuing transmission of polio is Afghanistan, which had 14 cases last year, most of them in provinces adjoining Pakistan and among Pashtuns, the predominant ethnic group in border areas.
And building owners must make at least 10 adjoining parking spots available for chargers.
Bobby moved into a bedroom that adjoins Eddie’s office two months after his homecoming in 2015 and lived there until finding his apartment that December.
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