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merged

In radar terminology, it means the tracks or targets have come together and it is not possible to discriminate between them. The blips can merge because they are too close either range-wise or in an azimuth. Good radar resolution ensures that the targets do not merge. See azimuth resolution.
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When these protected benefits are carried over to another plan, they may benefit only some of the employees participating in the merged plan.
It is better, instead, to structure the deal so the nursing home's remaining 50% of the sales proceeds comes from the bottom line of the merged organization.
United States allowed the surviving corporation in a merger to carry back NOLs to offset the pre-merger income of the merged corporation.
The Downtown/Airport Merged project area was adopted in 1971, with various additions and mergers through 1984.
Hato Rey, Puerto Rico, merged into Mapfre Life Insurance Co.
When the merger was challenged, the courts considered the critical issue to be "whether the surrounding hospitals [were] `practical alternatives' to which patients would turn if the merged entity raised prices.
This issue was also considered by the IRS in Letter Ruling (TAM) 8006011, which held that a successor corporation had the authority to sign Forms 870-C, Waiver of Restrictions on Assessment and Collection of Deficiency in Tax and Acceptance of Overassessments, as a successor-in-interest to three corporations that had been merged into it.
Columbus, Ohio, was merged into Universal Guaranty Life Insurance Co.
David Aviezer, the Chief Executive Officer of Protalix, will serve as the President and Chief Executive Officer of the merged company.
On June 20, the company merged into its parent, North East Insurance Co.
Adaptive has improved its industry leading configuration management capability by adding a merge feature that enables the changes made in separate version branches to be merged together.