- 01. The [merger] of the two companies resulted in the loss of hundreds of jobs.02. The newly [merged] BankAmerica Corp. plans to cut its global work force by about 18,000 jobs over the next three years.03. In Taiwan, some Western customs have [merged] with the Chinese culture.04. The two companies were obliged to [merge] in order to survive.05. The total cost of the [merger] was in the billions of dollars.06. When the two banks wanted to [merge], there was a great deal of controversy because of the power the new bank would have.07. Over 200 people lost their jobs when the two companies [merged].08. The two companies are considering a [merger].09. You will have to [merge] quickly when we get onto the highway.10. Two of the country's largest airlines are expected to [merge] next year.11. The biggest ever industrial [merger] was between the motor companies Daimler-Benz and Chrysler.12. A recent theory supposes that our galaxy was formed over time by the [merger] of a number of smaller clouds of stars and gas.13. The strange orange glow seen in underwater caves off the coast of the Bahamas is apparently caused by the effects of the [merging] of fresh and salt water.14. During the Soviet period, there was a policy to gradually [merge] the many nationalities of the Soviet Union into one "Soviet person."15. It has been said that in Ireland, history and myth have a strange way of [merging].16. She had an accident with another car while [merging] onto the highway.17. In 1974, the countries of Libya and Tunisia announced they would [merge] under the combined name of the "Islamic Arab Republic."18. In 1989, Time Inc. and Warner Communications Inc. [merged] into one huge media and entertainment corporation.19. The former French Cameroon, and part of British Cameroon [merged] in 1961 to form the present nation.20. According to the Sikh religion, the goal of human life is to break the cycle of births and deaths, and [merge] with God.21. The Indian monk Bodhidharma brought Buddhism to China, where it began to [merge] with Taoism.22. Previously distinct French and Italian musical styles began to [merge] around the beginning of the 1400s.
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merger — merg·er / mər jər/ n 1: the absorption of a lesser estate or interest into a greater one held by the same person compare confusion 2: the incorporation and superseding of one contract by another 3 a: the treatment (as by statute) of two offenses… … Law dictionary
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merger — (n.) 1728 in legal sense, extinguishment by absorption, from MERGE (Cf. merge) (v.), on analogy of French infinitives used as nouns (e.g. WAIVER (Cf. waiver)). From 1889 in the business sense; not common until c.1926. General meaning any act of… … Etymology dictionary
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merger — (1) acquisition in which all assets and liabilities ( liability) are absorbed by the buyer. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary (2) More generally, any combination of two companies. The firm s activity in this respect is sometimes called M&A (Merger… … Financial and business terms