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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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In today's world there is this real mergence between earned coverage, which was PR, and paid coverage, which was advertising," explains Tod Donhauser, CEO of
He also welcome mergence of adhoc relief in basic pay of government employees, however, urged the government to increase raise in the salaries and pensions.
The procedures are repeated until no pixels are available for mergence.
Maximum adult mergence was 85-90% in all the three concentrations 1A-108 (F4, 6 = 21.
Chlorophyll content is important indicator for survival of maize accessions after emergence under cold stress whereas, emergence related discriminating parameters were important for the selection of maize accessions which have high mergence establishment under cold stress.
The NPA is very much aware of the inequity of portage provision across the country and has become increasingly concerned to hear from NPA members that a number of portage services are facing risks of closure, redundancy, mergence or restructure.
Ahmed Bakhsh, a journalist, in his speech said the new Indian government is trying to change the demographic setup of the Kashmir State by settling non-state residents and canceling the special status of Kashmir from the Indian constitution for a complete mergence of Kashmir with India.
Hassan Al-Banna's assassination fueled rage in the members of the brotherhood worldwide suppression of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad resulted in its mergence to Osama's Al-Qaeda and now the suppression of Al-Qaeda has brought before Pakistan a band of zealots the Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
It's probably too ambitious to expect that to progress very far in few short months before the electoral campaigns but actually electoral alliance is quite a good step and, if the relationships that develop between parties with similar agendas are good and profitable, that can lead to the mergence of political parties and indeed my own political party in the UK went through exactly such a process.
The mergence in clusters has shown to be a practice for economic success.
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.