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{i} union, coalescence, mixing; assimilation; total joining of two parts into one
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To combine into a whole

Headquarters merged the operations of the three divisions.

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To blend gradually into something else

The lanes of traffic merged, using the zipper procedure.

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Combining two entities into one
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A model developed by researchers at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) that builds on the work of the EPRI's Global 2200 model Five world regions, each with a singe consumer-producer, are used to model both savings and consumption decisions A simple climate model is used to determine global-average temperature change MERGE can be used to model willingness to pay in each world region to avoid a specific level of temperature change See EPRI in this glossary
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To combine or blend into one Example: Merging two tracks
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A drug that allows the physical merger of two or more people, down to the cellular level
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is the process of combining the contents of two or more files into a single file Typically, the files involved in a merge are versions of a single Repository file A merge can be done automatically, but often requires manual intervention to resolve conflicts SNiFF+'sDiff/Merge tool is used for merging files
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To join or fuse with another being (e g Bob merge with Glitch ) RB: 2
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join or combine; "We merged our resources"
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Combining of two or more lists (or two or more segments of the same list) usually in a predetermined sequence
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Combine or be combined into a whole
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- the process of combining two or more lists into a single one using the same sequential order, then sorting them together, usually by ZIP Code®
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To combine two or more files into a single file
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Take two or more fields of the same type (e g , land, ocean, and ice surface temperatures), which are all on the same domain (e g , all on a T42 grid, global domain), and the same number of corresponding cell fractions (fraction of land, ocean, and ice, which together sum to unity), and create one field ( e g , (merged surface temperature) = (ice frac)*(ice T) + (ocn frac)*(ocn T) + (lnd frac)*(lnd T) )
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The process of combining two or more lists into a single one using the same sequential order, then sorting them together, usually by ZIP Code®
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To cause to be swallowed up; to immerse; to sink; to absorb
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To combine or unite To Merge means to combine sequences, sounds, tracks, MIDI data, etc
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mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
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If one thing merges with another, or is merged with another, they combine or come together to make one whole thing. You can also say that two things merge, or are merged. Bank of America merged with a rival bank The rivers merge just north of a vital irrigation system The two countries merged into one He sees sense in merging the two agencies while both are new Then he showed me how to merge the graphic with text on the same screen
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become one; "Germany unified officially in 1990"; "Will the two Koreas unify?"
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{f} blend; be blended; be assimilated; combine or unite into a single body
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A merge is a place within a state machine, or on an activity diagram or a sequence diagram, where two or more alternate control paths come together
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to combine with another company
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A joining together of two flows
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To be sunk, swallowed up, or lost
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d credit report A report that draws information from the Big Three credit-reporting companies: Equifax, Experian and TransUnion Corp
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To combine the contents of two conflicting file revisions into a single file This is accomplished with p4 resolve
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To combine two or more mailing lists into a single list with elimination of duplicate names
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To combine date from a main document with a data list using the Mail Merge command
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In word processing or database management software, a merge is the process of combining information from a data source, such as a list of names and addresses, with a document such as a form letter, catalog, labels or envelopes The "form" document contains codes that are replaced with information from the data file when the two files are merged
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If one sound, colour, or object merges into another, the first changes so gradually into the second that you do not notice the change. Like a chameleon, he could merge unobtrusively into the background His features merged with the darkness Night and day begin to merge
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Blend gradually into something else
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Merges the column values for the hierarchal dictionary
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