verb (used with object), merged, merg·ing.
verb (used without object), merged, merg·ing.
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So, then we need to take this sales data and merge it up with the advertising data that is also collected by Nielsen.Does Advertising Actually Work? (Part 1: TV) (Ep. 440)|Stephen J. Dubner|November 19, 2020|Freakonomics
We asked some of the same questions, and a lightly edited transcript, merging the interviews, is below.
In April and May alone, at least 30 papers closed or merged, dozens went online-only and thousands of journalists were furloughed or laid off.
They’ll keep up with roadies on an easy group ride, tackle mixed terrain with aplomb, and perform sufficiently on moderate trails, merging culture and components from the worlds of road riding and mountain biking.
That year WarnerMedia merged CNN’s and Great Big Story’s sales teams.‘Two very, very different companies’: Why CNN’s Great Big Story failed to survive|Tim Peterson|November 2, 2020|Digiday
Self-mergence is a gradual process, dependent on a progressive unlimiting of personality.Practical Mysticism|Evelyn Underhill
He had not found any insuperable obstacle to mergence of human with Divine.Autobiography of a YOGI|Paramhansa Yogananda
When the moment of complete mergence seemed to have arrived he lifted the pot off the fire and placed it between us.By Desert Ways to Baghdad|Louisa Jebb
It has forgotten the everlasting lesson of history that mergence of distinct types means the perpetuation of nationalism.
Thus active self-mergence, incessant re-birth into God, perpetual eager feeding on Him, is implicit in all spiritual life.Ruysbroeck|Evelyn Underhill