Definitions for "Merger"
An absorption of one estate, or one contract, in another, or of a minor offense in a greater.
The combining of two groups into a unified single group under a single leadership, with voluntary participation by the leaders or management of both groups.
The combining of two commercial enterprises into a unified single enterprise under a single management, with voluntary participation by both parties; as, the merger of Daimler-Benz and Chrysler into Daimler-Chrysler created a powerful competitor in the automobile manufacturing industry. Compare acquisition and takeover.
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Keywords:  lesser, joining, greater, crime, lost
Incorporation of a lesser crime into a greater crime.
The joining of a lesser right with a greater right so that the lesser right is lost.
The joining of one thing or right into another
Keywords:  plc, lattice, october, grid, national
The merger of Lattice Group plc and National Grid Group plc which became effective on 21 October 2002.
Legal doctrine under which all covenants as to title in the sale contract are extinguished by the deed, unless expressly provided for in the deed.
an emotive issue both at the individual and collective levels and, more so, in the Indian context where the employees are recruited for the organisations and not for specific jobs
A merger occurs when an object in a photograph unintentionally crosses the field of your subject (eg telephone pole directly behind a person's head).
The portion of the Inspiral of a binary system in which the individual objects are highly distorted, and their orbit is changing rapidly. This portion is not well-understood, and must be simulated using Numerical Relativity.
a much larger and more complicated set of events than the transfer of FCC permits
an occurrence that involves the production of a union
Keywords:  signature
a signature away now
a continuing investment so the principle should apply in that context
Keywords:  situation, fluid, take
a fluid give and take situation
Keywords:  step, doing
a step toward doing that
Keywords:  firing, people
Firing people.
Keywords:  one
One who, or that which, merges.