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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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Seemingly in defiance of the academization and professionalization of so much art in the '90s and symptomatic of the broader artistic turn away from theory, such groups have cohered around a renewed aestheticism directly connected to youth and music culture: cartooning, graffiti, skateboarding, DJing, psychedelia, and club fashion.
It notes that factor analysis showed there was merit in studying the construct of "strategic-ness" in reading, with strategies or behaviors like reading with attention given to syntactic or grammatical phrases, looking for spelling patterns within words to aid in problem solving--the other two clusters of reading behaviors or strategies that cohered with the "strategic-ness" factor were monitoring and rereading.
The sanctions were a symbol of international disapproval with the regime, and the only effective way for the regime to cou nter this was to attempt to show that its practices cohered with procedures and values maintained elsewhere.