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consolidation

noun affiliation, aggregation, assemblage, association, centralization, combination, compact, confederation, conjunction, consortium, federation, fusion, incorporation, integration, junction, league, merger, mixture, pool, strengthening, unification, union
Associated concepts: consolidated laws, consolidated school district, consolidation of actions, consolidation of stock
See also: abridgment, abstract, accession, adhesion, agglomeration, centralization, coalescence, coalition, coherence, combination, compact, compilation, concrescence, confederacy, congealment, conglomeration, connection, consortium, corporation, digest, incorporation, integration, merger, pool, sodality, union, unity

consolidation

1 the combining of two or more actions at law.
2 the combination of a number of Acts of Parliament into one codifying statute.

CONSOLIDATION, civil law. The union of the usufruct with the estate out of which it issues, in the same person which happens when the usufructuary acquires the estate, or vice versa. In either case the usufruct is extinct. In the common law this is called a merger. Ley. El. Dr. Rom. 424. U. S. Dig. tit. Actions, V.
     2. Consolidation may take place in two ways: first, by the usufructuary surrendering his right to the proprietor, which in the common law is called a surrender; secondly, by the release of the. proprietor of his rights to the usufructuary, which in our law is called a release.

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Features inconsistent with fibrosis include extensive ground-glass abnormality out of proportion to reticular opacities, micronodules, a mid- or upper lung predominance and consolidative opacities in a bronchopulmonary segment or lobe.
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Sleep is thought to be restorative, conservative, adaptive, thermoregulatory and memory consolidative functions.
The CT scan of the chest was remarkable for an extensive nonspecific consolidative process predominately in the lower lobes suggestive of pleural effusion (Figure 1).
In this sense, the catena is like another consolidative medieval literary form, cento, which recycles fragments from one or more literary works by selecting and arranging them, collage-like, in new and different ways.
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Instead of an antagonist position, a consolidative approach might work better in realizing a peaceful relation between the state, Islam and democracy.
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