coalesce


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coalesce

[‚kō·ə′les]
(science and technology)
To come together to form a whole.
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'So my advice if you are comfortable with your mother unit, you might want to continue and coalesce with PDP-Laban,' the President said.
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.
One-Mesh Wi-Fi[TM] already provides fully managed guest high-speed internet access for hotels, resorts, multi-dwelling, meeting space, public venue and educational campus market segments; transitioning our marina and yacht club clients under the same brand will allow us to focus on the growth of the One-Mesh Wi-Fi[TM] brand under Coalesce Networks, Inc.
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.
The particulates, on the other hand, coalesce on the channels.
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.
These custom, on-campus programs, often a week or 10 days long, are increasingly popular with companies, especially those that are "in transition" and seeking to coalesce a management team and establish a common management culture and language.
"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., says.
The gas stream then impacts a gradient density media, which consists of three layers of fibers, which causes the oil to coalesce. The cleaned air is vented to the atmosphere through a vent hose, while the oil drips and coalesced oil falls into drain tube.
It's in prayer that the data gets crunched and all the insight and understanding coalesce into the rich fabric of a homily.
They write: "Era, individual factors, and certain key competencies -- adaptive capacity, above all, but also the ability to engage others through shared meaning, voice and integrity -- often coalesce around a critical experience of event to shape leaders." It is in these crucibles that "existing values are examined and strengthened or replaced, where alternative identities are considered and sometimes chosen, where judgment and other abilities are honed."
The question today is whether markets would coalesce around one individual in a similar way.