solidate

Related to solidate: solitaire

solidate

(ˈsɒlɪˌdeɪt)
n
a parcel of land whose value is equal to a solidus
vb (tr)
1. obsolete to consolidate
2. to make firm
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This hindered the CSSB's ability to plan or con solidate convoys for movement and also degraded the companies' ability to plan work and rest cycles.
The present plan aims to build up and solidate a research program in Pharmaceutical Nanomaterials Science based on the design, synthesis and chemical characterization of novel self-assembly polymeric nano-biomaterials and the investigation of the relationship between the nano/microstructure and the properties and new processing methods for the improvement of the biopharmaceutic performance of drugs.
A JFCCC will con solidate the planning and operations functions currently performed by the various J-6 staffs across the combatant commands and place them in a full-time operational command structure.
Though companies clearly want to con solidate their supply base, smaller EMS firms may actually be well-positioned to survive in this market, argued Mucha, because many provide a niche service or skill that some of the larger firms ignore.
The Guidelines recommend that each Health Service identifies health facilities within its boundaries for the management of bariatric (severely obese) patients, and that those health facilities identify, assess and control the OHS risks associated with bariatric patient management, and con solidate the results of the risk management process in a facility Bariatric Patient Management Plan.
Polestar announced in January that it would be closing its gravure printing works at Scarborough, England, in order to con solidate its gravure activities in two instead of three sites in the UK.
Government officials, in turn, capitalise on the weaknesses of these established institutions and mechanisms to solidate their political alliances with SIS.
The company, which provides databases, and budgeting and scheduling tools for the television and film production communities, said the staffing cut was necessary to weather the chilly dot-com climate that has forced many Netcos to close or con solidate in the past few months.
The pressures to con solidate and converge are indeed intense.
com will cooperate with the group to "develop and con- solidate the legitimate market for the distribution of recorded Latin music on the Internet," says Francisco de la Torre, president-CEO of the site.
This problem has only been exacerbated as the health care industry continues to rapidly con solidate and privatize previously regulated and not-for-profit organizations.