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coalesce

[kō′əles′]
Etymology: L, coalescere, to grow together
1 to grow together.
2 to unite.

coalesce

(kō-ăl-ĕs′) [L. coalescere]
To fuse; to run or grow together.
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Following the US FDA approval, the company will introduce COALESCE for TLIF and PLIF procedures in multiple footprint, height and lordotic angle configurations later this year.
Survivalist theme notwithstanding, it seems this trapper's needs are less than pressing; he stands and ponders light filtering through the tree canopy as lingering shots of the forest coalesce and dissolve.
In these works, the oppressive objects pictured are not just taken apart; they also collide and coalesce like the network of ideologies and discourses they metaphorically represent.
In this season's featured work, however, artistry and expert coaching coalesce in a truly impassioned rendering of Josb Limon's The Winged.
While the future is bright as conditions for broadband video delivery to and around the home coalesce, ABI Research cautions that there are still many hurdles.
They coalesce into lovely patterns that leave one odd, lonely figure, and then the patterns disintegrate.
The next logical step for them will be to broaden and coalesce services on a single platform or provider.
In the standard planet-formation theory, planets arise exclusively when gas and dust coalesce within disks encircling young stars.
These vignettes, however, no more cohere into a sensible tale than the choked syllables coalesce into a discernible language.
LONDON -- Yankee Group reports that critical shifts are about to occur in the enterprise telephony landscape in the coming 18 to 24 months as a number of supply and demand trends coalesce to bring about integration of fixed PBX and mobile telephony systems in the enterprise.