coalesce


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Following the US FDA approval, the company will introduce COALESCE for TLIF and PLIF procedures in multiple footprint, height and lordotic angle configurations later this year.
In new plantings on untrafficked beds in irrigated orchards, freshly tilled soil of high water stability coalesces by a progressive welding at points of contact between fragments and between aggregates.
Asked if the LP would then coalesce with other groups to get the majority in the chamber, Drilon said: Why do we have to coalesce?
Many of these free-floating orphans are surrounded by disks of dust and gas with enough mass to coalesce into their own miniature solar systems.
The structure's also the same: seven separate stories of seven characters that coalesce into a narrative tapestry.
Guild aims to show how the logic of identity, classical and courtroom rhetoric, the unjust social order, and the intolerance of uncertainty coalesce to misapprehend the "meaning" of Bertrande de Rols's feminine presence in the masculine courtroom.
James Stewart Polsheck's performing arts centre in San Francisco (p56) also helps an inchoate part of the city coalesce by injecting a new spirit of informality and liveliness.
But as the project develops, a collage is forming around Ballettikka Internettikka, and the artists seem happy to let those images sit together and coalesce until they form something mythical.
With sentences like, "The sky above you brightened first, then the rising star seemed to coalesce out of the infrared, a shimmering vermilion specter emerging out of the haze line and then sliding along the horizon, shining dimly through the Plate wails and the distant abundances of air and only gradually gaining height, though, once it had properly begun, the daylight lasted longer than on a globe," on the same page with, "She nodded vigorously, 'Absofu#!ing-lutely!;" this is quite a piece of fiction.
Survivalist theme notwithstanding, it seems this trapper's needs are less than pressing; he stands and ponders light filtering through the tree canopy as lingering shots of the forest coalesce and dissolve.
In these works, the oppressive objects pictured are not just taken apart; they also collide and coalesce like the network of ideologies and discourses they metaphorically represent.
In general, though, the conference topic is much too broad to allow the various contributions to coalesce into an organic whole.
Despite these domestic references, Schnitger lacks the political agenda of her predecessors, and, although the artist is adept at fabricating clever objects, her numerous art-historical references don't coalesce into a focused whole.
In this season's featured work, however, artistry and expert coaching coalesce in a truly impassioned rendering of Josb Limon's The Winged.