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a bringing together into a whole

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combining into a solid mass

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something that has consolidated into a compact mass

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Dresdner Bank successfully implemented Hyperion's Budgeting and Planning solution to streamline the data distribution and consolidation process among their many operations worldwide," commented Alfred Schafer, Abteilungsdirektor Information Services of Dresdner Bank.
368-2, defining the term statutory merger or consolidation for purposes of applying Sec.
And if there is no obvious near-term growth benefit from fiscal consolidation, the yielding of monetary sovereignty by national central banks to the European Central Bank makes the loss of national fiscal discretion to the Stability and Growth Pact more costly and increases these eurozone member nations' output volatility.
However, there are a few major technology themes that impact SANs across the spectrum, including consolidation, tiered storage management, remote SANs, IP SANs and fabric-based intelligence.
says a number of people have seen the long products segment of the industry as ripe for consolidation, similar to the integrated sheet producers.
We think there is still room for future consolidation, particularly at the middle and lower tiers of the industry,'' said Jacques Gansler, Pentagon undersecretary for acquisition and technology, ``and we want to encourage it.
In these systems, consolidation is designed specifically to address the needs of users to see multiple cataloging of the same work brought together.
In some cases, ARB 51 expressly sanctions alternative practices; some important consolidation issues are omitted, and others are not addressed conclusively.
Forrester believes advances in system imaging for P2V products will change the way firms manage server migrations, consolidation projects, and disaster recovery," writes Galen Schreck in the March 2006 Forrester Research report entitled Physical-To-Virtual Server Conversion Basics.
The proposed regulations also provide several examples of transactions that will not meet the expanded definition of a statutory merger or consolidation.
Loan consolidation allows students to pay off their current loans, which may have different and variable rates and obtain a new loan with a fixed interest rate and a single monthly payment.
Schedule D: An acquisition, merger or consolidation that creates a discrepancy between the information reported (1) to the Social Security Administration on Form W-2 and (2) on Form 941, Employer's Quarterly Federal Tax Return, can be explained on new Form 941, Schedule D, Report of Discrepancies Caused by Acquisitions, Statutory Mergers, or Consolidations, even if the employer e-filed its employment tax return.
We will focus all our efforts prior to July 1st toward educating current students about their rights related to the upcoming end to in-school student loan consolidations, and how much it will cost them if they don't consolidate before the deadline.
The Federal Government has announced that, after March 31st, all Two-Step Student Loan Consolidations that are not complete will be invalid," said Michael Babb.
Student Lending Works' new suite of products and services consists of several variations of the Federal Consolidation Loan, including parent loan (PLUS) consolidations.