1. combining into a solid mass
2. the act of combining into an integral whole;
3. something that has consolidated into a compact mass;
But change brought about the growth and consolidation of the working class.
This consolidation meant having to reduce the numerical strength of the Army.
The denser population necessitates closer consolidation both for internal and external action.
Large-scale consolidation and compaction of soil were responsible for the destruction.
Mechanization has contributed to the consolidation of farms in larger holdings.
The reason for this tremendous consolidation is not hard to find.
Consolidation settlement occurs mainly in clays or silts.
Large - scale consolidation and compaction of soil were responsible for a major part of the destruction.
During the late consolidation stage of sedimentation, mineralized solution are squeezed into fractures.
But we have to prepare also for the next phase: fiscal consolidation.
Next year consolidation will continue, though at a less busy pace.
The areas of consolidation are firmer than the surrounding lung.
Examination shows consolidation which usually affects one or both lung bases.
X - ray chest film or CT showed multi - node and patchy consolidation.
Thursday consolidation dollar to continue to shock, and the overall steady.
There is relatively little information about consolidation, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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