he amalgamated his company with another
combine or unite to form one organization or structure.
translation of 'amalgamates'
He was also a keen hurler and in recent years saw his beloved Ballinakill Club 'amalgamated' with Woodford.
Both insurance subsidiaries have announced their intention to 'amalgamate' .
The school, which up to now was independent, is to be 'amalgamated' with St. Patrick's Boys Primary School, to become St Patrick's Primary School.
A business is often sold, purchased, merged, or 'amalgamated' with another business by the purchase and sale of either assets or shares.
The general course of the decay curves was similar for polished and 'amalgamated' zinc.
The following Kent schools have either recently undergone amalgamation or are due to 'amalgamate' .
This will possibly lead to rural clubs having to 'amalgamate' to field a team.
Now suddenly their land was seized and 'amalgamated' with all the land confiscated from large wealthy farmers, and given over to peasants to work.
Mercury is used by thousands of small-scale miners in the region to 'amalgamate' gold.
The Salmon Research Trust was transferred into state ownership in 1990 and in 1999 was 'amalgamated' with the Marine Institute.
My ultimate interest is creating a new hybrid and 'amalgamated' vision by integrating these different languages and variant aesthetics at once.
It was furthermore shown that there is at atmospheric pressure very strong tendency for mercury to 'amalgamate' iron.
The East Yorkshire Regiment 'amalgamated' with the West Yorkshire Regiment in 1958 to form the Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Yorkshire.
In 1989 this was restructured so that the smaller local bodies were 'amalgamated' with larger ones.
A Christmas birthday also means a birthday party 'amalgamated' with the festive celebrations.
The eleven staff based at the laboratory were also shocked to learn that the lab is to be 'amalgamated' with a proposed new facility for all Munster, based in the County Cork town.
The party later 'amalgamated' with the Greens and Hale herself now represents the Greens in the parliament's Legislative Council.
Part of the community was composed of immigrant workers, such as Polish miners and Italian steelworkers, but they had become effectively 'amalgamated' with their French comrades.
The drawings were in large part reorganised and 'amalgamated' with other drawings belonging to the family.
But his true genius lies in synthesis, in an 'amalgamated' vision he can express in the language of computers.
The old school is empty since pupils 'amalgamated' with the junior school.
In some universities, physics departments have been broken up and 'amalgamated' with other schools, such as engineering.
Corrosion of pure and 'amalgamated' zinc in pure concentrated solutions was investigated using two methods.
Under the plans set out by the Ministry of Defence, the regiment will be 'amalgamated' with other Yorkshire regiments and the name will pass into oblivion by 2007-2008.
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