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merge

[mərj]
(computer science)
To create an ordered set of data by combining properly the contents of two or more sets of data, each originally ordered in the same manner as the output data set. Also known as mesh.

merge

To combine two separate sets of data into one set. The resulting data may be in their original order or resequenced by key field or some other attribute of the data. See merge sort and merge purge. See also mail merge and concatenate.
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John, MPH, Bergen County Department of Health Services epidemiologist, "We are delighted to be an early adopter of HMS' new Mergence service.
Nabil Kukali, President and founder of the Palestinian Center for Public Opinion, said in a statement that the success of the government of national consensus will depend upon the way how it deals with so many issues and tackles critical problems such as the payment of the salaries of governmental employees, mergence of the security apparatuses, the mechanism of dealing with the employees of Gaza Strip, the negotiations with Israel, the release of prisoners from Palestinian jails, the traffic through the border crossings, establishing projects, conducting elections and maintaining security.
For her part, Ghazaryan assured that the Oxfam is keen to continue its support for the community organizations concerned with gender mergence in the political and economic life in Yemen.
Their increasing identification as one collective entity is further indicated by the recurring images of spiritual and bodily mergence between the lovers in the haunted house (DB 207, 216-217, 284, 385).
A royal insider told the Mirror that the mergence is about passing the baton to the next generation, but this will not be a sudden shift rather a 'gentle succession' that will be borne out over the next few years.
The mergence of internet connection for schools made organizations like UNESCO and the World Bank group to consider a huge budget fir generating international networks for education.
That is how a country finds itself governed by cabals and elites who directly or indirectly aid and abate gross corruption at various levels of governance, whose aim is to simply impede and frustrate the mergence of effective, honest and meritocratic institutions, streamed lined and clear regulations- all important components of successful nation building processes.
In the next 30 years I think there will be a mergence of: global climate models and high-resolution modeling," Feddema says.
We use the innovative mergence of entertainment and business through research and analysis to create congresses, forums, exhibitions and conferences to inform world markets to be the meeting point for the world's buyers and sellers.
In light of the many complaints made by settlers regarding the slow morning traffic, the authorities worked out a plan and decided to detain the mergence of Palestinians with the traffic to Jerusalem as much as possible.
It is a perfectly unified compound consistent with the gemmed mergence present in a metal alloy (i.