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Word: coalesce

Definition: combine; fuse; N. coalescence


Sentences Containing 'coalesce'

(2001)","Endure (2002)","Hit Run: Interventions in the City of Istanbul (2004)", "ADAM 30: international art projects through the city of Amsterdam (2005)", "Gavin Wades project Kiosk 7 (2008)", "Coalesce: Happenstance (2009)", "Modernity and Aesthetics of the New Black Atlantic (2010)", "Smooth Structures (2010)", "Hadley+Maxwell (2010)""Chto Delat?: what is to be done between tragedy and farce (2011)".
At night, several flocks coalesce and fly off into the rocky desert far away from any vegetation.
By 1963 and in the ensuing years, anti-British guerrilla groups with varying political objectives began to coalesce into two larger, rival organizations: first the Egyptian-supported National Liberation Front (NLF) and then the Front for the Liberation of Occupied South Yemen (FLOSY), who attacked each other as well as the British.
Each phrase appears in imitative counterpoint, a "portrayal of the individual cries of distress which coalesce to form a combined human clamour".
Full fusing is like tack fusing, but the temperature is higher so that the fused pieces begin to coalesce.
In 1974, an updated garage rock scene began to coalesce around the newly opened Rathskeller club in Kenmore Square.
The lesions are not delimited by the leaf veins and often coalesce.
To achieve this they created not only the definition of "a bright," but also the idea of a civic constituency that would coalesce through the Internet.

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