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to take in and incorporate, especially mentally

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take up mentally

become similar to one's environment

make similar

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take (gas, light or heat) into a solution

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become similar in sound

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The effect of the assimilation of SST and SSH observations can be seen to, in general, reduce the off-shore temperature gradient associated with coastal upwelling and weaken the mean northwards and off-shore surface flow.
A reanalysis of ocean climate using Simple Ocean Data Assimilation (SODA).
An example of the partial suppression of boundary artifacts by the assimilation.
A reasonable strategy for stage singing might be to observe the <n> assimilations, but ignore the latter three except in rapid enunciation.
Such assimilations are termed homorganic, or involving the same place of articulation (bilabial, alveolar, and velar, respectively, in the examples).
The singer's obligation to rid speech habits of regionally specific markers is in large part a process of identifying and removing telltale assimilations characteristic of nonstandard dialect.
Although a high level of adherence to citation forms is often the case in singing, it is not always advisable to eliminate speech assimilations in lyric contexts.
In French, for instance, we are told that assimilation may only occur under very specific conditions, as in "heureux" and "les baisers," and not elsewhere, at least in traditional formal style.
Perturbing the forward model for HIRS channel 12, which was correctly interpreted as a bias and subtracted from the data before assimilation, has no effect on the mean state of specific humidity.
While the passive radiance sounders do not seem able to effectively correct biases in the mean state of upper tropospheric water vapor due to model error (perturbed vertical diffusion physics), the data assimilation system nevertheless contains some observational information that tends to correct for the model error, albeit not strongly.
For the purpose of searching out model error in the diagnostics of data assimilation, it should be helpful to examine the first-guess departures of data types that obey different remote sensing physics.
With sufficient accuracy in the forward model for high accuracy observations, it is more likely that the signature of model error can be identified in the diagnostics of data assimilation.