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The company said COALESCE combines the osseointegration capabilities of porous metal implants with the favorable imaging and mechanical properties of traditional PEEK implants.
AS the gas began to coalesce, new stars burned off the hydrogen fog.
Though striking and technically accomplished, Odd Nerdrum's recent paintings seem at first like so much virtuosic pastiche, as if, after eating a particularly rich meal late at night, one saw all the great paintings on the second floor of the Metropolitan coalesce into one enormous work of nightmarish intensity, in which all the illnesses and shortcomings of man loomed up out of varnished brown sauce.
Such disks are the stuff from which planets coalesce.
Particles within the disk coalesce into nuggets and then ever-larger clumps, which over several million years grow into a planet.
Saturn's outlier moon Phoebe didn't coalesce from material near the ringed planet but instead was captured from the distant Kuiper belt, a reservoir of frozen bodies beyond Pluto.