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amalgamate

[ə′mal·gə‚māt]
(metallurgy)
To unite a metal in an alloy with mercury.
To unite two dissimilar metals.
To cover the zinc elements of a galvanic battery with mercury.
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It is an honor to work with Amalgamated on such a historic initiative," said Frank Creamer, president of Trimont Real Estate Capital NYC.
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