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dovetail in a sentence

Example sentences for dovetail

So closely do the gradations of culture dovetail into one another.
For one thing, the agencies keep their own lists of investigations, which do not completely dovetail.
For best results, the magnetic properties of the tape must dovetail with the characteristics of the recorder.
In addition, the film is framed by opening and closing coffee-shop scenes that turn out to dovetail.
The days of people reading political books that don't hawk or dovetail with their politics are history.
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