remerge

remerge

(riːˈmɜːdʒ)
vb (intr)
to merge again
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The county's ReMerge program is sponsored by 31 companies.
Even now, he is not satiated with this remerge of technology .
Now it's time to remerge the Laing family business as it has been since 1840 and you'll sell your shareholding for your family's benefit to your brother Stuart's daughter Wendy and son-in-law Joe Walsh.
com)-- Remerge Band is Melody Stuart and Tia Green.
Night the Hyde After the collision, he calmly turned the boat's engine off, and my fellow travellers and I sat and waited in silence for the creature to remerge.
You should similarly affect the means detainment conveniences deliver the results as well as how the arrested plan to remerge society.
Saikal also informed the council that Islamic State and Al-Qaida continued to position themselves to remerge in Afghanistan,
Every now and then, the disputes remerge without reaching any solutions, which casts a shadow over the clients of the company and its future as one of the 10 largest automotive companies in Egypt.
Arab Ultra movements largely disappeared in the 1990's, only to remerge in the mid-2000s, according to a 2011 book by Mohamed Gamal Beshir tracking the history of Ultra movements in the Middle East.
Unifying our ranks marks the first step towards cementing ranks among pro-democracy activists, who advocate a civil state in Egypt," he added, stopping short of saying whether the two breakaway groups will remerge into one movement.
The international community must continue its efforts to eliminate them and to ensure that they can't ever remerge," the Pope told Uzumcu, adding "chemical science should be utilized only for pacific ends in service to humanity.