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  • adj. Not merged


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  • As bad as it might seem to be an unmerged exchange in a world of super-merged mega-bourses, it's worse to be an exchange still beholden to your government in a world that increasingly favors nimble, commercially minded bourses.

    Australia's Not-So-Foreign Exchange

  • As a scientist who leads what I call "the last unmerged large pharmaceutical company" (more on that in a moment), I am the rare player who moves between these two stages -- and I do so with growing concern.

    Health-Care Reform and the 'Innovation Test'

  • Rice University study of how the brain processes speech sounds found significant behavioral and physiological differences between a merged-dialect group and an unmerged-dialect group.

    February 24th, 2006

  • Because, even unmerged, a soul in any way to be described as attached to this universe is in some degree fallen from the All into a state of partition; essentially belonging to the All, it no longer directs its act

    The Six Enneads.

  • When you use the discard switch, TFS will consider unmerged changeset(s) (changesets in the source branch that are not in the target branch) to now be merged, but it will not actually change the content in the target branch's file.

    Site Home

  • If a backlog of unmerged records builds, hospital record libraries could send to clinics, days in advance of an appointment, the wrong patient file based on the duplicate record - which could be that of an entirely new patient.

    Comments from all Computer Weekly blogs

  • You need to find the file with that unmerged effects among the heap of 2 mb files which were called hastily 'Untitled1. psd,' Untitled2. psd ',' Untitled2_a. psd '.

    The Photoshop Blog

  • This was a show-stopper, so after a few half-hearted debugging attemps I unmerged it and went back to Xarchiver.

    Planet Gentoo

  • When merging, if any *. po files have been changed they will now show as unmerged and the merge will stop.

    Fedora People

  • Peter Martin argues that two of Australia's corporate behemoths, Coles Myer and Telstra, would have been better off as smaller, unmerged companies - Comments


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