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Synonyms for cohere

be consistent

Synonyms for cohere

to hold fast

Synonyms for cohere

cause to form a united, orderly, and aesthetically consistent whole

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have internal elements or parts logically connected so that aesthetic consistency results

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Cohere Technologies is solving the most pressing challenges in wireless communications with its groundbreaking Orthogonal Time Frequency and Space (OTFS) technology.
Now as Cohere, the company will continue working in both Philadelphia and Baltimore with plans to expand their reach into additional cities, which currently include Washington DC; Denver, CO; and more.
The deal has also brought in remote site, disaster recovery real estate, with assets including a data centre operation reaching beyond the New York City area, Cohere added.
Therefore, the authority of Jesus as Israel's divinely created Messiah and the authority of Torah cohere.
Stasiuk's terse soundings resonate hauntingly among these nearly destitute, desperately unhappy, joyfully exuberant ne'er-do-wells, whose cries of heartache and drunken cheer echo back and forth as the tales cohere into a novel, their forms of hunger felt as akin to one's own, like their thwarted ambitions, prostrate beneath ineluctable destiny.
This book is a truly unusual combination of clarity, concision, erudition, and passion--four qualities that only rarely cohere.
They evoke movement -- of figures gliding across ice, of shadows, of clouds -- but also seem to cohere into monumental, spray-can graffiti.
The latter dimension relates to whether the Iraqi state adopts and upholds values and policies which cohere with international order and stability.
One of the wonders of the craft," Chernow reflects, "is that a wealth of testimony from diverse and seemingly contradictory sources can sometimes cohere into a sharp, realistic portrait.
Those of this type cohere around a central core of ineradicable Catholic doctrine and distinctive Catholic devotion.
The molecules in liquids cohere to each other, just not as strongly as they do in solids.
Intended for the undergraduate market, it offers a mixture of historical survey, political analysis and personal opinion, but it does not cohere in a convincing fashion.
If we don't cohere, we die; it's as simple as that.
These doctrines, as the council unfolds them, cohere with neither fideist biblicism nor secularist relativism, but it is keeping them in tension that constitutes the genius of the council.
This book, however, would have benefited from editing to make the subject matter cohere in a logical manner.