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coalesce

[‚kō·ə′les]
(science and technology)
To come together to form a whole.
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Medical device company Vertera Spine revealed on Tuesday the receipt of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for COALESCE Lumbar Interbody Fusion Device for use in anterior, transforaminal, posterior and lateral lumbar interbody fusion procedures to address critical clinical needs in spine surgery.
Adding analytical and assembly capabilities to our established expertise in engineering, industrial design, project management, and regulatory affairs gives us more control over the development process and, critically, over the timescales, commented Dave Ahern, Founder and CEO of Coalesce.
Asked if they have already sealed an alliance with six other senators, the Senate leader reiterated that: We could coalesce with six.
Coalesce analyzes and evaluates thousands of pages of information, searching through market intelligence, risk profile and financial performance data to provide support for investment decisions.
This doesn't mean that there isn't something creepy about the emotionless and often artificial way she presents her characters and situations, but, taken together, the movie's elements manage to coalesce into something that possesses the very things its characters dream about - enchantment and wonder.
These images begin to coalesce when one becomes aware of the event to which they make reference: the mercury poisoning of Minamata Bay in southern Kumamoto Prefecture in the 1950s and '60s, which resulted in a thousand deaths and tens of thousands of cases of chronic blurred vision, slurred speech, and fetal deformity.
The states still seek a national solution over state-by-state programs, and we stand ready to continue negotiations should industry coalesce on a viable national financing system," Scott Cassel, director of the Product Stewardship Institute, Lowell, Mass.
The gas stream then impacts a gradient density media, which consists of three layers of fibers, which causes the oil to coalesce.
It's in prayer that the data gets crunched and all the insight and understanding coalesce into the rich fabric of a homily.
These data have revealed a previously unrecognized phase at temperatures above 40 [degrees]C in which the bilayer fragments coalesce to form extended single-bilayer sheets.
Comprised of nine pamphlets, this new series is important for two reasons: (1) it represents a joint effort by two major Baptist historical societies to coalesce around common ideals; and (2) it symbolizes an urgent desire to communicate to the Baptist public historical information that informs what it means to be creatively Baptist in today's world.