collide


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crash

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conflict

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to come together or come up against with force

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be incompatible

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cause to collide

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crash together with violent impact

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The increasingly regional scope of Collide this year reflects strengthening relationships with Coventry and Wolverhampton city councils and Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council.
Ideas Collide specializes in designing fully integrated marketing solutions with digital solutions to play a key, central role in the strategic planning and execution.
When a cue ball collides with a colored ball, it transfers some of its -- --, or energy of motion, to the colored one.
Wembley Central, October 1984: Passenger train and freight train collide killing three and injuring 60.
The Collide Center, created in a partnership with Curious Complex and the McKinney Economic Development Corporation, provides workspace, resources and training for tech start-ups in their initial stages so that they can grow and eventually move into their own office space, creating quality jobs in our community.
In this region, warm, moist air blowing north from the Gulf of Mexico collides with drier air from the high plateaus of Mexico.
If the cosmic rays revved up by the black hole were to collide with intense radiation from an active quasar, their energy would be drained away.
Officials with the National Transportation Safety Board said it was unclear what caused the planes to collide.
In the absence of sunlight, atmospheric gases freeze onto the moon's surface and electrons have fewer particles with which to collide, Geissler's team explains.
In one scenario, material falling toward the black hole generates high-energy photons, which collide to produce pairs of electrons and positrons.
It remains unclear, says Simon, how the storms managed to collide despite being separated by a vortex rotating in the opposite direction.
In deep space, black holes may sometimes swirl together and then collide, sending out staggering bursts of gravitational waves.
The region in which it sits--a giant void some 30 million light-years in length--is so sparsely populated that it took nearly the entire 14-billion-year history of the universe for the few galactic building blocks that reside there to collide.