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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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Merging the Ministry of Information and the Public Authority for Radio and Television to the Ministry of Information and Culture
The point of complete merging of the three jets is of great significance.
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Lastly and most importantly, drivers already on the freeway need to be aware and let merging traffic in."
Typical negotiation points for merging credit unions include maintaining the brand of the merged institution, such as through existing branches, financial consideration for members, treatment of employees, leadership of the continuing credit union, and other social issues.
As the pitch increases the exit velocity shows an increase, this is due to the fact that as pitch increases the merging point shifts to the down stream, this is clear from the [(x/d).sub.m] values, which will provide an increase in the entrainment area below the merging point in between the jets.
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Cardo Pump, Malmo, Sweden will join forces with ABS, merging the two organizations and offering a new strategy for its PUMPEX operations.
Normally, photons have little or nothing to do with one another, but in these entities the scientists expect to see exotic events, such as the merging of two photons to form a more-energetic photon.