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mesh together

To fit, blend, or join together easily or acceptably. Your testimony and the story you gave police on the night of the incident don't mesh together, Mrs. Jenkins. I just didn't mesh with together very well, you know? Our interests were too different, so we didn't have much in common to talk about. The incredibly art style and haunting story mesh together to create one of the most stunning cinematic experiences of the last 10 years.
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mesh together

to fit together. Their interests and personalities mesh together perfectly. Their ideas don't mesh together too well.
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Shown by the Lawrie Shabibi gallery, "Robot 4" is a cardboard and papier-mache creation that meshed together rudimentary materials with the futuristic concept of robot technology.
After 6 to 10 minutes, the okazi leaves and the rest of the ingredients should have meshed together.
Following the lines of its prequel, 'Namaste England' will narrate the journey of two young individuals from Punjab to England, meshed together due to love.
"It was also a great experience learning how to exhibit in a non-traditional space, the vibes of the event and the ethos behind my work really meshed together well.
Vapor IO's Kinetic Edge architecture creates city-sized, software-controlled virtual data centers comprised of many micro data centers meshed together with high-speed fiber, spanning an entire geographic region.
The court was told the victims of the crash were held at a "very difficult angle" around 20ft (6m) above ground waiting for medical attention because of the inaccessibility of that part of the ride after the two trains on the ride "meshed together."
The court was told the victims of the crash were held at a "very difficult angle" around 20ft above ground waiting for medical attention because of the inaccessibility of that part of the ride after the two trains on the ride "meshed together".
Five 1U systems can be meshed together in a network that can support up to 60 teraflops of computing capacity using the energy-efficient NVIDIA Tegra processors.
He would tell us what he was thinking and we would tell him what we were doing and they kind of meshed together. What does the format of a TV series offer you as a storyteller?
"We've really meshed together as the season has progressed, and had some really good wins like the one against Loughborough, where we had to come from behind in the singles.
"I think our offensive line meshed together really well," Pierson said.
But the by then Lord Catto, confessed that separating the two was almost impossible because they were so closely meshed together: "enjoying complete freedom of intercourse by rail, road, sea and air and with unrestricted access to the markets of the other over an open Border at which happily there are neither customs barriers nor statistical checks."He might have added -Yet.
And he knew how such sensitivities could be meshed together for harmonious relationships.
Particularly when I brought Julianne Moore in, Chloe's acting and Julianne's acting really meshed together as a mother-daughter relationship.
It is the first large passenger jet with more than half its structure made of composite materials (carbon fibers meshed together with epoxy) instead of aluminum sheets.