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merge in (to something)

to join into something. The stream merged into the main channel of the river.
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merge someone or something into something

 and merge someone or something in
to route someone or something into something else. They merged the marchers into the parade and no one ever knew they were late. We merged in the latecomers to the parade at an intersection.
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merge (something) with (something else)

to join two things together. The management merged the sales division with the marketing division. We merged the accounting department with the auditing department.
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merge with someone or something

to join with someone or something. Ted merged with Fred and they created a very profitable partnership. Our company merged with a larger one, and we all kept our jobs. This stream merges with a larger stream about two miles to the west.
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That will open the Mail Merge Recipients screen (exhibit 7, page 72), which gives you an opportunity to populate or filter the list by clicking on the (continued on page 72) arrow next to the column heading you wish to include: Address, City, State.
In general, it accepted the idea that a corporation could merge into a disregarded entity and qualify as a statutory merger, but that the merger of a disregarded entity into a corporation would not qualify.
The most common way to do this is to form a new corporation in Delaware and to merge the old corporation into the new corporation.
NASDAQ: INRS), a leading provider of Web content management software for the enterprise, announced today the availability of Xpedio(TM) Merge.
To open the wizard, click on Tools, point to Letters and Mailing and click on Mail Merge.
The parties have decided to merge T into X for a package of consideration that will ostensibly be 50% X stock and 50% cash.
PixelVision today unveiled a new version of its revolutionary SMARTGLAS(tm) display system that for the first time lets financial traders merge stand-alone information sources into a single video stream.
There are many reasons for parties to decide to merge rather than treat the combination as an acquisition.
The merge engine reads the spool file from the NT print queue, merges form and data, and sends it directly to the printer in one seamless operation.
These features allow incremental update without requiring total recompiles--QueryObject Merge physically merges new information with existing QueryObjects; QueryObject Union allows a virtual merge for rolling aggregate-and-delete updates.
Because the system merges more than 10 complete email records per second, email messages for 10,000 people can be generated in less than 17 minutes of computer time.
In the summer of 1996, SCO expects to release a beta version of the product that merges SCO OpenServer and UnixWare, with a complete software migration toolkit.