mesh with

mesh with (someone or something)

To fit easily, believably, or acceptably with something else. Your testimony doesn't mesh with what you told police officers on the night of the incident. I'm afraid your ideas for the company's future just don't mesh with our long-term goals. I just didn't mesh with her, you know? Our interests were too different, so we didn't have much in common.
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mesh with something

to fit with something. Your idea just doesn't mesh with my plans. Currently, your proposed project doesn't mesh at all well with our long-range planning.
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Additionally, Red Hat Services are available to help customers of OpenShift Service Mesh with additional technical expertise, strategic advising and analysis.
(5) Removal of the intraluminal mesh with esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) has been performed; however, several patients have required gastrectomy, esophagectomy, and/or open surgery to reverse the repair.
The primary end-point was objective success which was significantly better with the use of the Elevate Ant mesh with better apical correction at 2 years.
In summary, the heterogeneous evidence comparing use of various grafts and mesh with each other in repair of anterior vaginal wall prolapse limits our ability to draw conclusions.
Numerical experiments show that the proposed mesh untangling and smoothing method efficiently eliminates inverted elements in the mesh while maintaining good element qualities in the mesh with huge boundary deformations.
The main role for mesh with POP repair is in the anterior compartment, where a higher risk of recurrence with traditional repairs has been documented.
Its configuration -- a comparatively thick mesh with large holes - makes it highly reflective on the outside, and transparent when seen from within.
An engineer using CADKEY simply selects the "Algor" option from the "Application" menu to launch Algor's "CAD Solid Model Interface," from which engineers can then capture exact geometry from CADKEY and create an FEA surface mesh with the easy-to-use sliding mesh density control.
Reebok Team Uniforms is introducing three new materials in their basketball line for 1998, as well as bringing in pro satin textured mesh with a bright sheen for jerseys.
The particle has an approximate surface area of 2.0 [meters.sub.2]/gram, and particle size range from minus 80 mesh to minus 325 mesh with a mean particle size being 200 mesh (74 microns).
There are reports documenting mesh migration followed by surgical intervention to retrieve the mesh and repair the damage caused by this migration.4 This study reports a peculiar complication of a patient of incisional hernia operated by repair with proline mesh with eventual migration into lumen of intestine and presented with a faecal fistula.
Produces 21 particle-size distributions from 65% to 100% minus 325 mesh with median particle sizes of 4 to 30 microns, along with "super-fine" ground fillers with a median particle size of 1.5 microns and top-size of less than 10 microns.
Four independent milling systems enable the company to produce 21 particle-size distributions ranging from 65% to 100% minus 325 mesh with median particle sizes of 4 to 30 microns.
Four independent milling system enable the company to produce 21 particlesize distributions ranging from 65% to 100% minus 325 mesh with median particle sizes of 4 to 30 microns.