The act or process of joining together into one entity.
Putting two or more data files together. Typically used to describe the merging of two channels of a bitmap image.
Merging is the joining of two or more parishes in a single new or consolidated parish.
This is the process of bringing the essence of soul forms and aspects together when you are making new movements at pure soul form levels and helping your soul move into deeper levels of wholeness, new possibilities and unity.
the act of joining together as one; "the merging of the two groups occurred quickly"; "there was no meeting of minds"
This refers to the ability to merge several distinct sample files into one set of data at runtime, in the post-profiling tools. For example, per-thread sample files can be merged into one set of data, because they are compatible (i.e. the aggregation of the data is meaningful), but it's not possible to merge sample files for two different events, because there would be no useful meaning to the results.
Two or more people sharing awarenesses and memories. Feels like the person merging gets larger to include the other person. Can be dangerous, as 'soul stealing' can occur.
When a client requests configuration data, it does so in the context of an entity (e.g. a user, a role or an organization). To provide the data for the entity, the configuration client first loads the relevant data from the registry layer and then applies the customizations of the layers in turn (using the organization hierarchy to determine the layers and their precedence) until it reaches the layer belonging to the entity in context. The client is only aware of the role/group and user entities.
Merging refers to the joining together of changes made on one branch into the trunk or vice versa another branch, which may also be the trunk.
A process of bringing together various parts of an order, which have been selected in different picking areas (zones). Also known as consolidation.