bringing together


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With reference to the Polar bear, it may possibly be urged by him who would fain go still deeper into this matter, that it is not the whiteness, separately regarded, which heightens the intolerable hideousness of that brute; for, analysed, that heightened hideousness, it might be said, only arises from the circumstance, that the irresponsible ferociousness of the creature stands invested in the fleece of celestial innocence and love; and hence, by bringing together two such opposite emotions in our minds, the Polar bear frightens us with so unnatural a contrast.
Initially, diagrams are a means of understanding, bringing together thoughts, feelings and intuition.
Custom programs work particularly well for bringing together diverse groups of employees from around the globe who seldom interact because of their geographic distance but who are working on common programs or strategies.
SAP Portals Enterprise Portal enables customers to collaborate, make responsive business decisions and increase speed and efficiency by bringing together every piece of critical information inside and outside the enterprise and delivering it efficiently to users," said Gil Perez, vice president, Global Alliances and Partners, SAP Portals, Inc.
II) proposes a new New Museology, bringing together work by Japanese and "foreign" artists: Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mark Dion, Fred Wilson, Yuji Takeoka, and others.
The following article, and others in this series, focus on bringing together findings of recognized scientists and explaining them for those who are not medical specialists.