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    Mitered joint

    In woodworking, a mitered joint (also spelled “mitred joint”) is made between two pieces of wood that are each cut at a 45-degree angle. Cabinet doors will have either mitered joint construction or cope and stick construction, which uses pieces of wood that have been cut at a 90-degree angle. Mitered doors cannot be arched but generally offer more style choices than cope and stick construction.

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