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com·bi·na·tion

(kom'bi-nā'shŭn),
1. The act of combining (that is, by joining, uniting, or otherwise bringing into close association) separate entities.
2. The state of being so combined.
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Seven tenders for the supply of spare parts for the following (a) Chuper Jaguar 840, (b) Camber Chest, (c) combin Laverda 3500, (d) combin Newholand CS640, (e) Chuper Jundair 7300, combin Jundair TW1550, also (f) Chikoria Straw presses.
Nowakowski: Bounding the roots of independence polynomials, Ars Combin.
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Sudakov, The largest eigenvalue of sparse random graphs, Combin.
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Air travel operators have been battered this year by a combin at ion of high fuel prices and a drop in consumer demand because of the credit crunch.
The company will continue to maintain a strong base of operations in the greater Chicago area with a regional dairy office in Franklin Park, Specialty Foods Group staff in Rosemont and its Rockford Technical Center, which will employ a combin ed 250 people.
There were 10 counties with a combin ed population under 18 of 38,043 that had pediatric ATV injury rates of [greater than equal to] 1.
He had been climbing the Meitin glacier, on the Grand Combin de Valsorey mountain, at an altitude of 11,000 ft.
Omidi, On the nullity of bipartite graphs, Graphs Combin.