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coalesce

[‚kō·ə′les]
(science and technology)
To come together to form a whole.
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The cleaned air is vented to the atmosphere through a vent hose, while the oil drips and coalesced oil falls into drain tube.
Under Mary radical Protestant critiques of kingship coalesced with arguments against women's rule.
Although rare, these examples enable us to compare adjacent coalesced and uncoalesced soils to study ways for preventing coalescence; they also give us confidence that this can be achieved.
Others have coalesced around campaigns like Jubilee 2000, affiliated to the Debt Crisis Network, which sees the Millennium as an appropriate deadline for debt remission.
That kind of intimacy blossomed in the three-person pieces, especially as performers coalesced into blissful circles--face to face, joining hands--amid longing or strife.
The gap, not shown in this near-infrared image, was probably cleared by a planet that coalesced within the disk, the group says.
All thes and more coalesced into a bright and rewarding museum experience.