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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of merge.
  • n. Plural form of merge.


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  • This kind of merges into that Bush ticker, but Bush's 1st bailout has now made it OK for Obama to buy the U.S. taxpayers, because Obama will always say, "Bush did it first!" without taking responsibility for his own actions from 2009 – 2013.

    President Obama back on the fundraising circuit

  • I like especially how the image's foreground shadow "merges" with the cover's black, and how the shaded layering of the background creates a 3-D effect.

    Bright of the Sky: Breakdown

  • On that side the stage kind of merges into the grass and can be made to look part of it by a green groundcloth.

    No Great Magic

  • If you want, take a look to the evillyrics engine: it also searches plain text lyrics, but then it "merges" them with the evillyrics timestamps. reply to this Content

  • Wuala 'merges' with LaCie to take P2P cloud storage mainstream - Wuala, the Zurich-based peer-to-peer-storage startup owned by Caleido AG, has been taken over by LaCie, the French manufacturer of external storage devices in a deal which frankly makes a lot of sense.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • Not really many lines dividing lanes on roads, everyone just kind of merges aggressivley after every intersection. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • One thing I just discovered is that if you have overlapping shapes on separate layers and you make them into a MovieClip using this technique, it "merges" the shapes into a single shape and thus they don't get split into multiple layers.

    Flex and Flash Developer - Jesse Warden dot Kizz-ohm

  • Treatment rooms set around the pool, offering a comprehensive spa menu that merges African elements and western technique.

    Suzanne Aaronson: What's Worth It: Royal Malewane Safari Lodge in South Africa

  • Growing up in Los Angeles, a multi-ethnic city which merges the history, religion and languages of many different cultures, Retna created his own take on the commonly used Old English script by interlarding it with Asian characters, Incan and Egyptian hieroglyphics. Retna: Visual Rhythms

  • Jes Battis with Night Child, merges CSI style detective themes with the advanced technology found in Science Fiction.



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