combine

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  • Info COMBINE, the COmputational Modeling in Biology NEtwork is an initiative to coordinate the development of the various community standards and formats for computational models, initially in Systems Biology and related fields.
  • He took aspects from each group and combined them with his original thought.
  • These operations can then be combined in a single statement, e.g.
  • The district features on elementary school and a combined junior-senior high school.
  • It is a combined arms force, with land, air and naval elements.
  • Combined with the attention he received from his contract, Smith continued to be a national figure.
  • Music students may combine music study with business, pre-law, and many other fields.
  • Hence in its current form the name combines three forms of the word hill.
  • Yet heart disease kills more women in our country than all forms of cancer combined.
  • The gun combined all the properties that make up an effective artillery piece.
  • Combined, freedom from pain and freedom from fear are happiness in its highest form.
  • The district operates one elementary school and one combined junior-senior high school.
  • One location is covered by a single station that combines both services.
  • Certainly war with the combined might of the two powers would have been exceedingly difficult.
  • This is sometimes referred to as the combined model.
  • Often, data from multiple tables are combined into one, by doing a join.
  • Several regional stations use a format combining that of all-news and talk radio.
  • Some education-entertainment is a serious attempt to combine the best features of the two.
  • The majority was food industry followed by metal and wood working combines.
  • In addition, the brigade has been training for combined arms operations in the event of armed conflict.
  • The matter was then taken up by the Combined Policy Committee.
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Meaning of combine

  • noun Harvester that heads and threshes and cleans grain while moving across the field
  • verb Add together from different sources
    combine resources
  • verb Join for a common purpose or in a common action
    These forces combined with others