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an occurrence that involves the production of a union

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the state of being combined into one body

the merging of adjacent sounds or syllables or words

a nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy

the combining of images from the two eyes to form a single visual percept

correction of an unstable part of the spine by joining two or more vertebrae

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the act of fusing (or melting) together

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Effect of vergence adaptation and positive fusional vergence training on oculomotor parameters.
Here the sensitivity refers to the ability of the method to identify deficient positive fusional amplitude.
2 Fusional computation of data, knowledge and model based on knowledge unit network reasoning
At present, many Chinese people consider themself offspring of the fusional Yan-Huang Chinese [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]].
Levinas's critique hits home in the case of pantheist, monist, and fusional mysticism, but these have never been dominant traditions in the Christian West.
When we connect each type of fantasy to a different sex therapy and thus to a different vision of sexual pleasure, the triumph of Viagra over conjoint and feminist therapies emerges as the triumph of phallic over fusional and clitoral fantasies.
A <<poetica da Relacao>> -- onde poetica e considerada de acordo com sua etimologia gregapoiein (fazer) e designa qualquer conjunto, uma acao de pensar e de produzir -- indica que a Relacao possui um potencial de superacao da violencia e de redescoberta comum da humanidade do ser, de construcao do sujeito em circunstancias unicas, mas nao isoladas umas da outras, mas tambem indica que ela pode ser manipulada pela desagregacao ou pelo jogo artificial com sua seducao fusional.
It seems to me that even romantic, fusional love, sooner or later, must become neighbor love if a relationship is to last and be sustained.
Restated during the film, Commodus' predilection for closed and obscure spaces is tied to the CEdipal failure of his character, who, diminished in his masculine capacities, has not managed to emancipate himself from the calming, yet destructive, fusional tie to the feminine.
In isolating languages like English, these grammatical categories are represented by independent morphs as opposed to their representation in agglutinative and fusional languages like Kiswahili which mark these categories by use of dependent morphs attached to roots or stems of words.
This 'class' would be defined by the lack of gradation, the absence of fusional forms, and the concomitant use of 'default' exponents: the partitive -t, the genitive plural -de and the partitive plural -sid.
These studies illustrate the relevance of this unit in both concatenative languages (see Hyman and Turtle on Bantu and Athabascan respectively), as well as fusional languages (see Hohenberger sign languages).
Operant Conditioning of fusional convergence ranges using random dot stereograms.
In the former, man ascends to a fusional union with the All-One.
Work creates a fusional relationship; it takes up so much of our daily life.