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Word: amalgamate

Definition: (of societies or groups) combine; unite in one body


Sentences Containing 'amalgamate'

As a result the decision was made to amalgamate a number of units.
Both of these remained independent charities registered in the UK until, in 2001, Langham Partnership UK Ireland was registered to amalgamate and replace the former LT and ELT).
In April 1889, a meeting of the West Australian and Victorian Football Clubs was held at the Criterion Hotel, in which it was unanimously decided to amalgamate the two clubs into a single club known as the Metropolitan Football Club, which has survived until the present-day as the West Perth Football Club.
In September 1998 after the dismissal of the junior school headteacher following a poor Ofsted report, the governors decided to amalgamate the infant and junior schools under one headteacher to become Lordship Lane Primary School.
of Melbourne and after a few years decided to amalgamate.
The colonization effort resulted from a mixture of motives with its founder Henry Clay stating; "unconquerable prejudice resulting from their color, they never could amalgamate with the free whites of this country.
The mandate of the Power Commission was to amalgamate existing power and generating facilities across the province not served by BC Electric, and to extend service to the many smaller communities without power.
The purpose of this creation was to amalgamate the old nobility and the revolutionary middle-class in one peerage system.
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