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use "merger" in a sentence

Plans to develop investigations, traffic, and gang units have languished for years in a state of indecision often blamed on the uncertainty of a merger and a class action suit filed by its officers.

No sooner had the Second World War ended, before the events of partition, independence and merger
not believing it to be true and correctly (at this point) believing that Prince Ju had merely been angry at Jiang, sent a messenger back to Chang'an to summon Prince Ju.

For example, some can merely be product buildup on the scalp skin.

Scaliger vs. the Jesuits But his enemies were not merely those whose errors he had exposed and whose hostility he had excited by the violence of his language.

The force of the water did not merely flood homes, but smashed or knocked many off their foundations.

It was later revealed that Jaster Mereel was merely an alias Fett was using when he was exiled.

For example, Trimmer contends that Sunday schools teach their pupils not merely to read the Bible but how to draw the proper theological and political conclusions from it.

If the satirist were merely analysing his own composition, such criticism would have little point.

In the first two books, this is merely a desert, with only its extent to make it dangerous to the traveler.

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