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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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In this particular case, Optifilm 400 was also introduced as a coalescing aid with distinctly different contributions for polar and hydrogen bonding factors.
The system works by capturing, separating and coalescing oil particulates from the emissions and returning the oil to the crankcase with filtered gases vented to the atmosphere.
In computer simulations, Frenk and his colleagues traced the evolution of galaxies that would form from ordinary gas coalescing around concentrations of cold dark matter.
The organization is comprised of a diverse panel of professionals who will serve as the coalescing force between the academic, business, research and governmental sectors in order to accelerate the growth of the Florida Gulf Coast region's life sciences industry.
Under the right conditions, ice and dust in these doughnut-shaped objects collide and clump together, coalescing into new worlds.
As Information Architect, William will drive YottaYotta's integration of breakthrough storage and network functionality with critical business processes that require the coalescing of storage and communications.
com has adopted a "clicks-and-mortar" approach, coalescing four diverse, yet complimentary, wholly owned subsidiaries: FocVs Technologies (Application Service Provisioning), A.
When tankers or off-shore wells unleash thousands of barrels worth of oil at sea cleanup crews immediately look for help from chemical dispersants - agents that work together with natural wave action to break large bodies of oil into droplets that resist coalescing.
With the Sun "100% Pure Java" certification Intercomp joins a cadre of premier software vendors such as IBM, Oracle, and Hewlett Packard in declaring support for the "100% Pure Java" initiative, underscoring the importance of coalescing the industry behind Java technology.
A pair of orbiting, coalescing neutron stars or black holes represents the most likely source of gravitational radiation strong enough to produce an observable effect.
Interrupt coalescing and flexible buffer alignment also help conserve valuable host processing cycles.
Two researchers now say they have strong evidence that gas clouds were still coalescing into galaxies as recently as just a few billion years ago.
Texanol ester-alcohol is the world's leading coalescing aid for latex paints.
start with the idea that two distinct mechanisms govern a vapor-deposition process: Droplets grow by absorbing vapor and by coalescing when they touch.