Definitions for "merge"
To combine or unite. To Merge means to combine sequences, sounds, tracks, MIDI data, etc.
To produce a single version of a file from two conflicting files (deltas). Usually accomplished with the assistance of the FileMerge program.
Process of combining data from different well log measurements, eg depth data and tool data
Keywords:  upsert, sql, update, aka, insert
SQL command that performs a series of conditional update and insert operations. Also see upsert.
A relational database management system uses SQL MERGE (aka. upsert) statements to INSERT new records or UPDATE existing records depending on whether or not a condition matches.
Keywords:  diagram, friendly, radar, lnd, ocn
Take two or more fields of the same type (e.g., land, ocean, and ice surface temperatures), which are all on the same domain (e.g., all on a T42 grid, global domain), and the same number of corresponding cell fractions (fraction of land, ocean, and ice, which together sum to unity), and create one field ( e.g., (merged surface temperature) = (ice frac)*(ice T) + (ocn frac)*(ocn T) + (lnd frac)*(lnd T) ).
A merge is a location in a state machine, activity diagram, or sequence diagram where two or more control paths come together.
mix together different elements; "The colors blend well"
MERGE is a UK charity funding biomedical research into ME/CFS. MERGE is also known under the working name ME Research UK. It maintains a Research Publications Database providing summary data (including abstracts) of over 3,000 research publications on "ME" and "CFS", derived from sources such as MEDLINE and the Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.
To merge branches means to try to accumulate the changes since a common ancestor and apply them to the first branch. An automatic merge uses heuristics to accomplish that. Evidently, an automatic merge can fail. See also git-merge(1)
The process of integrating a branch with the trunk, or another branch.
Keywords:  glitch, bob, join, fuse, modifications
To join or fuse with another being. (e.g. Bob merge with Glitch.) RB: 2
the activity of ‘joining' modifications performed simultaneously to different copies of the same module
Keywords:  survive, decree, divorced, once, fuse
As it relates to separation agreements, once the separation agreement is approved, it can either merge or survive. When it merges, it becomes part of the divorce decree. A merged agreement can be modified by an appropriate court. Therefore, the person who must pay money to the divorced spouse usually prefers that the document merge rather than survive. p 33
To absorb or fuse one document or right into another. In real estate, this usually means the sales contract is merged into or becomes a part of the deed. Once this merger takes place, the terms of the real estate contract are no longer in effect. However, if a real estate contract says that a portion of the document-or the complete document-is to "survive," then that material will not be merged into the deed.
a type of CSG which is very similar to a union. However, a merge takes the resulting object and removes an internal surfaces. This is primarily useful on transparent objects, where any internal surfaces would be visible (bad). ( Tutorial) ( Language Reference)
Keywords:  sunk, immerse, swallowed, sink, lost
To cause to be swallowed up; to immerse; to sink; to absorb.
To be sunk, swallowed up, or lost.
Keywords:  sco, unix, virtual, machine, windows
Merge is a software system which allows a user to run DOS/Windows 3.1 on SCO UNIX, in an 8086 virtual machine.
Keywords:  huge, success
a huge success
Keywords:  combing, list, one
Combing of more than one list.
Keywords:  continuation, new
a new continuation