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joined-up

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjoined-upˌjoined-ˈup adjective [only before noun] British English  1 joined-up writing has all the letters in each word connected to each other2 joined-up systems, institutions etc combine different groups, ideas, or parts in a way that works well joined-up government the need for joined-up thinking between departments
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joined-upOnce pupils can produce a printed style of handwriting fluently and confidently, they should begin to develop a comfortable joined-up style.
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