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

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We now add the merge fields that allow you to personalize the message.
That triggers the opening of the Insert Merge Field window that shows all the available fields (exhibit 10, below).
It planned to merge with another publicly owned domestic corporation (Target) that was the parent of an affiliated group of corporations filing a consolidated return.
According to the ruling, Target would merge with, and into, the SMLLC (for valid business reasons) under the state General Corporation Law and Limited Liability Company Act, with the SMLLC surviving.
As an add-on to Xpedio Content Management System, Xpedio Merge features a component-based publishing module for assembling complex publications from a variety of managed source content.
Click on Next to evoke the Mail Merge screen (exhibit 13, at right).
TWO GOOD REASONS FOR PARTIES TO MERGE rather than treat the combination as an acquisition are that a merger does not require cash and may in some cases be accomplished tax-free for both businesses.
It consists of four main tools: DataMaps, StyleSheets, Preview Merge and Transfer Facility.
When handling data volumes of this size, having a parallel version and the ability to merge query objects, put us in a position where we can provide a faster delivery against greater data volumes and still give the end users their information in a very small footprint.
With the addition of Arial Software's E-Mail Merge to InfoPress Email-On-Demand, catalogs of available documents or even Email-On-Demand requests can be sent out in high-volume email broadcasts.
SCO plans to merge the SCO OpenServer Release 5 and UnixWare 2 product lines to create a standard high-volume UNIX operating system that contains integrated NetWare networking services, and expects to release this merged product in 1997.