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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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If the gap is larger than the critical gap, the driver will accept it and merge; if not, he/she will reject it and move on to find another gap [7, 8].
Merge Cardio received an overall score of 76.9, Merge Unity RIS received an overall score of 89.3, Merges iConnect Enterprise Archive received an overall score of 85.3 and Merge Hemo received an overall score of 85.4.
* Three belt servo merge systems that feed into the case packer
Example 5: Under state law, target corporation T merges its disregarded entity into acquiring corporation W.
According to the merger plan Turvatiimi Holding Oy, Linjo Turvatiimi Oy, Savon Turvatiimi Oy, Turvatiimi Patronas Oy, Turvatiimi-Alarmset Oy, Pohjanmaan Turvatiimi Oy, Savonlinnan Vartiointi Oy, Kymen Halytyslaite Oy and Sijoitus Oy Valakka would merge into Turvatiimi Oyj.
Begin by opening Word's Mail Merge Wizard by clicking on Tools, Letters and Mailings and Mail Merge.
Option 2: Duchess to become secondary on new site; middle schools to close; Whittingham becomes a primary with satellite at Branton; Felton and Swarland merge at Felton; Seahouses becomes a primary school on the middle school site; all other first schools become primaries.
As SAN and NAS each have drawbacks that counter their many benefits, creative IT and storage administrators are pulling from both storage techniques in order to implement a storage environment that merges the best of both worlds.
For example, although ordinarily the taxable year of a corporation ends when it merges out of existence, in an "F" reorganization of the type hypothesized the corporation is regarded as a single continuing corporation and its taxable year does not end on the date of the merger.(64) In fact, the Delaware corporation can even use the old taxpayer identification number of the New Jersey corporation.(65)
Herein we present a fast and surprisingly simple algorithm which merges in linear time and constant extra space.
We'll use Microsoft Office's Mail Merge function, which merges and integrates documents and data sources, to customize the letters.
Example 2: Z, a domestic corporation, merges into X under state W law.