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  • Info In general, amalgamation is the process of combining or uniting multiple entities into one form.
  • The primary school used to have its own separate houses before amalgamation.
  • The old and new buildings are connected by one large-scale amalgamation between past and present.
  • In a most general case we will be speaking of a free product with amalgamation.
  • The present route is an amalgamation of lines that were built by separate companies.
  • The university was formed by the amalgamation of many separate institutions of higher education.
  • Some of these companies were, themselves, formed of amalgamations which had taken place over the years.
  • This is the result of a series of amalgamations which took place over the years.
  • The amalgamations form the greater part of the population of the large towns. Cited from The Andes and the Amazon, by James Orton
  • Each of the acquired banks was itself the product of its own local amalgamations.
  • However, the amalgamation was abandoned later the same year following a change of Government.
  • It closed following the amalgamation of several Catholic schools in the area.
  • He had also developed the first commercial gold amalgamation machine to separate gold from ore.
  • This amalgamation effectively created one transport industry union for the first time in Australia.
  • The amalgamation process during the local government reform in the 1970s took place in two steps.
  • His main mission was to complete the amalgamation into one colony.
  • Many residents want to see regional cooperation rather than a full amalgamation.
  • He thus turned to an amalgamation of country, rock, and folk elements.
  • After further study, however, he changed his mind and pursued the amalgamation with his typical focus.
  • Various station names changes, following amalgamations between various Railway companies.
  • Most of the market leaders are amalgamations of many smaller companies.
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Meaning of amalgamation

  • noun The combination of two or more commercial companies