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cohere

[kōhir′]
Etymology: L, cohaerere, to cling together
to stick together, as similar molecules of a common substance.
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There's plenty of psychological angst onscreen in "Terra Nova," but it mostly falls to cohere into a focused or emotionally engaging movie.
eye, the pragmatic and sluggish moment that coheres in reason?
This priest, theologian, philosopher, scientist, whose perspective is as much Hindu, Buddhist and secularist as it is Christian, has as his fundamental assumption the ultimate unity of all reality: Everything coheres.
With a distinctive feeling for dry, muted colour, Grahnert throws everything but the kitchen sink at her canvases, mixing representation, surface pattern and random splashes of paint in a way which should be chaotic but sometimes coheres as a kind of language.
Nothing coheres in a way that could be said to have substantive narrative dimension or pictorial legibility--except for sundry stops and starts that play at the margins of content.