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

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Healthcare providers, in turn, can streamline and improve their reporting requirements of infectious diseases such as MRSA, and their nosocomial disease control programs, through Mergence.
19 Weighted-Average Shares Outstanding - Basic 5,346 5,301 5,317 5,268 Weighted-Average Shares Outstanding - Diluted 5,771 5,751 5,774 5,753 DATAWATCH CORPORATION Condensed Consolidated Balance Sheet Amounts in Thousands September 30, September 30, 2005 2004 Cash and equivalents $4,901 $4,261 Accounts receivable, net 4,097 3,672 Inventories 55 68 Prepaid expenses 541 614 Total current assets 9,594 8,615 Property and equipment, net 516 434 Other intangible assets, net 3,302 3,580 $13,412 $12,629 Accounts payable and accrued expenses $3,056 $3,165 Deferred revenue 2,922 2,903 Escrow for Mergence shareholders 128 125 Total liabilities 6,106 6,193 Total shareholders' equity 7,306 6,436 $13,412 $12,629
One of the anticipated benefits of the August 2004 Mergence Technologies acquisition, was the introduction of a new product now named Datawatch|Researcher.
An increase in sales on all product lines resulting in a 9% overall improvement in recognized revenue for the year, * An improvement in income from operations of 12% versus fiscal 2003 with income from operations increasing from $826,000 to $925,000, * The creation of a larger and stronger sales and marketing resource to support future sales performance improvements, * The launch of a new subscriptions sales model providing a new recurring revenue stream for fiscal 2005 and beyond, * The acquisition of Mergence Technologies Corporation providing Datawatch with an added revenue stream and an exciting new product range.
Mergence has been providing enterprise content and research management services for over five years, primarily to the financial services sector, with sales in 2003 of approximately $1 million and 2004 year-to-date sales of approximately $600,000.
He also welcome mergence of adhoc relief in basic pay of government employees, however, urged the government to increase raise in the salaries and pensions.
The procedures are repeated until no pixels are available for mergence.
On Valentine's Day in 2015, Kuadi Taxi and Didi Taxi announced mergence.
The NPA is very much aware of the inequity of portage provision across the country and has become increasingly concerned to hear from NPA members that a number of portage services are facing risks of closure, redundancy, mergence or restructure.
y settling nonstate residents and canceling the special status of Kashmir from the Indian constitution for a complete mergence of Kashmir with India.
Ahmed Bakhsh, a journalist, in his speech said the new Indian government is trying to change the demographic setup of the Kashmir State by settling non-state residents and canceling the special status of Kashmir from the Indian constitution for a complete mergence of Kashmir with India.
It's probably too ambitious to expect that to progress very far in few short months before the electoral campaigns but actually electoral alliance is quite a good step and, if the relationships that develop between parties with similar agendas are good and profitable, that can lead to the mergence of political parties and indeed my own political party in the UK went through exactly such a process.
The mergence in clusters has shown to be a practice for economic success.