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coalesce into (something)

For two or more separate thing to merge or form into one thing. Initially, I wasn't sure if the movie was a drama or comedy, but it coalesced nicely into a dramedy as the plot unfolded.
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coalesce into something

[for two or more things] to blend or fuse and become one thing. The fading colors coalesced into a gray blur. In the distance, the crowd coalesced into a single blob.
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Based on the extensive research at Duke University and the Georgia Institute of Technology, COALESCE's porous PEEK architecture, with 60% porosity and 300 mm average pore size, is specifically tailored to elicit the optimal osteogenic cell response and promote bone tissue ingrowth inside the pores, concluded the company.
Dr Dalton commented: This is an exciting time to be joining the Board of Coalesce. The move to the new development centre represents a significant expansion in our capabilities, and we have assembled a very special team to provide a comprehensive development service in response to growing demand.
Since most sunlike stars in the Milky Way form in severe environments similar to that of Orion, the finding suggests that planets could coalesce around many such stars in the galaxy, says David Wilner of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics in Cambridge, Mass.
Particles within the disk coalesce into nuggets and then ever-larger clumps, which over several million years grow into a planet.
The patent includes an area that supports the industrial filter elements, sealing the upper and lower plates of the filter, a liquid collection area, and a reservoir in the base section to drain away the liquid that coalesces during operation.
The amalgam of his powerful poetry, impeccable storytelling, and impenitent attitude coalesces to create a collection of poetry that artfully defines the uphill battle faced by multiracial Americans.
This reference coalesces current and essential information about both trade name and generic chemical additives into a single source and expedites material selection for the user by cross-referencing trade name products by chemical composition, function/application, CAS number and E1NECS number.
As the deaths mount, the pattern coalesces into something so sinister that it shouldn't be possible.
The city tumbles down the steep slopes to the river's edge where it coalesces into a raffish assortment of bars, cafes and restaurants housed in tottering waterfront terraces.
This reference coalesces current and essential information about both tradename and generic chemical additives into a single source and expedites material selection for the function/applications, CAS number and EINECS number.
Unless withdrawn, they never die; instead, they lie dormant--until a critical mass of applications from two-thirds (34) of the states coalesces into a mandate to Congress to call a convention.
The neighborhood coalesces around the new homes and mushrooms out to encompass a wider and wider area."
Unlike the representation of Egypt, the image of Iraq in Chalet Lost History never coalesces into architectural motifs and manufactured bric-a-brac, let alone into debased versions of them.
In clear language, de Villiers describes how wind forms, what forces affect the movement of air masses, and how air coalesces into vortexes, including tornadoes and hurricanes.
An army of bubbles coalesces at the center of one, then radoates Out in a scattershor pattern.