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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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Managed IP Communications provider, Cohere Communications LLC, is pleased to announce that UbiStor, Inc.
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.
It is classic cult behavior when an individual or group coheres around a leader who is really disturbed,'' he said.
If we dispense with the fiction that what we call painting coheres as a single medium and instead sort various aesthetic works according to historically specific notions of surface and space, then there may be as much justification in discussing Stan Douglas alongside Barnett Newman as in linking him to Dan Graham's closed-circuit installations of the '70s.
It is not entirely clear, for example, how his endorsement of Peirce's position on the continuity of divinity and humanity (160) coheres with his pronounced distinction between natural and graced experience.
Its sequence of striking episodes coheres remarkably, almost as though connected by an invisible film-scenario; this account under Stefan Asburywas colourful and vivid.
Linguistic hyperventilation, fun as it might have been, coheres and settles into more resonant action and thought.
His further goal is to demonstrate that a modern, historical understanding of Jesus need not render traditional Christian faith obsolete, and the portrait sketched above clearly coheres with christological interpretation.
This dialogical approach is aptly described as both ecumenical and catholic, for it coheres with an ecclesiology shared by many Christians-Orthodox, Protestant and Roman Catholic.
Form coheres for the human viewer as he or she looks outward from a standing position; it hovers in a plane parallel to the upright body.
Matter is involved in the failure to hold together as one, to cohere in a single state of itself, because it's endlessly fissioning.