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con·cat·e·nate

(kon-kat'ĕ-nāt),
Denoting the arrangement of a number of structures, for example, enlarged lymph glands, in a row like the links of a chain.
[L. concateno, pp. -atus, to link together, fr. catena, a chain]
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The best experience is with the Merge VR Goggles, obviously, since it submerges you in the VR/AR world.
Merge Healthcare highlighted its Fusion RIS GL solution, which has become the cornerstone of many imaging businesses, as it provides a workflow solution that accelerates productivity from scheduling through billing.
Merge is very pleased to see highly favorable outcomes from our Referring Practice Portal," says David Noshay, president, Merge eMed.
That triggers the opening of the Insert Merge Field window that shows all the available fields (exhibit 10, below).
Example 2: Z, a domestic corporation, merges into X under state W law.
I'm alarmed that they're saying the black college should merge with the white college, instead of saying the white college should merge with the black one, or that the black college should be upgraded," says William H.
Since only the contens of the buffer and the relative order of the blocks need ever be out of sequence, linear time is sufficient to sort both the buffer and the blocks (each sort involves O(square root of n) keys) and thereby complete the merge.
Earlier this year, 56 new merge lines were introduced at freeway on-ramps as part of the Main Roads' Traffic Congestion Management Program.
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An outcome of these favorable provisions is that many employers are choosing to merge their existing profit-sharing plans and MPPPs.