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Synonyms for cohere

be consistent

Synonyms for cohere

to hold fast

Synonyms for cohere

cause to form a united, orderly, and aesthetically consistent whole

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have internal elements or parts logically connected so that aesthetic consistency results

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Cohere is a recognized leader in Cloud-based Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) services.
Francesco, the founder and CEO of Cohere Communications stated "Now united, Cohere and UbiStor can address any firm's VoIP communications and data needs as a seamless supported suite of services.
The FDA clearance of COHERE represents a significant milestone for Vertera Spine and fusion devices in spine," said Chris Lee, PhD, co-founder and CEO of Vertera Spine.
In religions outside the monotheist traditions, the very dependency of the gods or the ancestors on human offerings and human remembrance emphasizes the frailty of the bonds that make the world cohere.
Aleksandr Shchipkov's review of recent sociological studies shows that although always present, religious beliefs now cohere less along ethnic and confessional lines.
To cohere, the United States must "identify and build a common culture that overrides all of our particularities.
Desrosiers's Les Seins de Pierre ("Breast of Stone", or "Peter's Breast"), was an even more problematical segment from a longer work: ostensibly a gay man's search for family, it did not cohere.
Yet some of the descriptions that Jordan and Turner give of what restorationists are actually up to in the overall economy of nature do not cohere well with the community-participation model.
With Acme Packet Connected Universe, Cohere now has access to a central directory of Tier 1 carriers to interconnect with for both local market access and enhanced hosting services," said James Dechiaro, Chief Operating Officer of Cohere Communications, a current Star member.
NEW YORK, July 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- On July 2, 2015, Cohere Communications, LLC, a New York-based provider of managed IT services, including Cloud based computing (IaaS), next-generation telephony, disaster recovery (DRaaS) as well as data center co-location facilities, commenced a lawsuit against Axispoint Technology Solutions Group, Inc.
Thus, we should cohere with our learned idioms such as languages, manners, and everyday skills.
For most of us, the people we were urged to cohere with in yesterday's report are our friends, neighbours and workmates, the people we say hello to as we take the children to school and, in quite a few cases, relations of one sort or another.
If you force such groups to cohere when they don't share a common language or culture, resentment mounts -- then come the protests, kidnappings, violence and strife.
Once disassembled by the artist, the subjects of his paintings never quite cohere again.
The editors have selected essays that range from late antiquity to the early modern period in an attempt to "draw the historical and cultural contours of the medieval world in a way that would cohere historically and culturally, but at the same time would allow for examination of those threads of continuity and difference weaving their way through this period" (5).