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cohere

[kōhir′]
Etymology: L, cohaerere, to cling together
to stick together, as similar molecules of a common substance.

cohere (kōhēr´),

v to stick together, to unite, to form a solid mass.
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Kasemann in 1953, while the most debatable features of his portrait raise the suspicion of cohering overneatly with the Law/Gospel dialectic which that movement's products evoked.
The only cohering principle is that these women wrote during the "Victorian" period.
In my new role, I'll be continually reaching out to that talent across units, disciplines and geographies to ensure we're cohering as an organization and, at the same time, strengthening our individual units," he noted, adding: