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to put together into one mass so that the constituent parts are more or less homogeneous

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Without making some distinction between the human and the non-human, a defence of the natural world, the specificity of nonhuman animals, and a critique of cruelties and of the technical-industrial imaginary becomes problematic and difficult to sustain without falling into the traps of Romantic mergence, instrumentalism and utilitarianism.
In light of the many complaints made by settlers regarding the slow morning traffic, the authorities worked out a plan and decided to detain the mergence of Palestinians with the traffic to Jerusalem as much as possible.
It is a perfectly unified compound consistent with the gemmed mergence present in a metal alloy (i.
The Constitution had defined a time limit to implement the said Article, through measures that ended on December 31, 2007, leaving residents of those areas with the freedom of self-determination, whether to stay as an independent administrative area, or their mergence with Iraq's Kurdistan Region, through a general referendum.
From national to international, many media companies actualized interregional expansion through the implementation of a strategic mergence in the capital market.
The sample has lost some observations due to the mergence of PPFs over time, and then we ended up with 592 observations in the first split of the sample, and with 231 observations in the second split.
7%, most of the PS particles became deformed-sphere-like and some ellipsoid like particles were formed for the mergence of two PS particles (Fig.
Competitive Authoritarianism: the mergence and Dynamics of Hybrid Regimes in the Post-Cold War Era.
Deleuze and Guattari thus re-write the process Marx called primitive accumulation' in terms of territorialization: at the mergence of capitalism in England (when the Enclosure Acts privatise common land for sheep grazing), peasants are deterritorialized from the land only to be reterritorialized onto textile looms in the nascent garment industry.
This is particularly evident in its mergence of a Habermasian acceptance of universal communicative competencies with the genealogical deconstruction of the given order through critical questioning (Hoy and McCarty, 1994).
Another process that may account for pleasurable feelings of intense connection with psychotic patients is the therapist's own experience of pleasure in symbiotic mergence with the patient (Searles, 1979).
Quite apart from the future of direct Cuba-US negotiations, however, the impact of the embargo is already, if slowly, weakening, along with the loss of centrality of the US as a lone superpower and the mergence of China and other new economic, technological and political powerhouses.
Muriate of Potash was applied at planting (50 kg ha-1) and at 30 and 50 days after mergence (25 kg ha-1 at each application).
Wrapped in tight images, these poems radiate with a deeper resonance than the mergence of cultures through a young boy's eyes, as they offer up the birth of a speaker with a unique and deep-feeling nature, a speaker who experiences the spiritual world through the physical world, a speaker who is well aware of his place as outsider.
Firstly, the inseparable experience of bliss and emptiness (bde stong dbyer med) through the mergence of wisdom and skillful means (thabs shes zung 'brel).