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- verb Present participle of
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- noun contact by fitting together
- noun an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals
- noun the act of interlocking or meshing
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… [S] omething meshes between mind and phenomenon (whether natural or artificial), and that meshing is the core of the correlating-to-mind of pattern.
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The struggles in meshing Yao's methodical, low-post game with Francis 'high-flying, open-court style created speculation that the Rockets' mercurial guard might be on the summer trading block.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - It would be hard to imagine a player and moniker meshing more seamlessly than Chris Wright and the Dayton Flyers.
The reason I like John McCain more than just the interesting name meshing between Dean Cain and John McCain, is because I like his policies.
MINNEAPOLIS -- It would be hard to imagine a player and moniker meshing more seamlessly than
Earlier this year, Verizon deployed a technologically advanced network configuration in Singapore, known as meshing, which provides additional network paths for rerouting traffic in the event of a cable cut or other network disruption.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- It would be hard to imagine a player and moniker meshing more seamlessly than Chris Wright and the Dayton Flyers.
Fujise calls the meshing of the two medical cultures "almost a miracle."
My daughter just refuses to speak to me, and she's using not "meshing" as the reason.