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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of coalesce.
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- adj. joined together into a whole.
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- adj. joined together into a whole
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This is such an insightful post and brilliantly coalesced from the two books.
The four wines were vinified separately, and then came together, or "coalesced" into one wine.
And then, combined with that, a lot of environmental uncertainty that kind of coalesced together in the spring and summer 2010.
Eventually the idea coalesced into disrupting their phone lines ... [it's] military common sense that if you can't communicate, you can't plan and organize. "www. factinista.org; www. n-acetylaspartate.com
Automatic commits are 'coalesced' into named commits when the user creates a named snapshot of the projects.
They all kind of coalesced in my memory, and Hines didnâ€ ™ t help me by offering a lot of differentiation.
Council members really haven't "coalesced" behind various thoughts on the budget, council member Jack Weiss said recently.
I've come to the conclusion (long time ago, but it kind of coalesced now) that to an awful lot of people that machinery just appears from somewhere.
Akin said his nomination of Luter was not related to a resolution on diversity scheduled to be presented at this year's annual meeting but "just coalesced beautifully."
I've been thinking a lot lately about some of these same themes, and just the other day wrote down a (partially borrowed, obviously) thought that coalesced it in my mind: The "Audacity of Hope" versus the "Complacency of Cynicism".