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consolidating

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Jensen’s Schoenstein favors Unilever, the multinational beauty and food giant that’s currently consolidating its headquarters in London.

From Fortune

Both chains, with their massive product assortments, have benefited from shoppers consolidating trips to reduce time in stores during the pandemic, meaning they’ve taken market share from weaker rivals.

From Fortune

Often, its agencies and demand-side platforms that are consolidating media dollars into fewer SSPs.

From Digiday

Election sites were being closed and consolidated, Cotti said, but it wasn’t uniform.

Some precinct stations can be consolidated, but that would need special approval.

De Forest is not only consolidating her position in the art world.

The monster tech firms are stifling competition and consolidating their power while they expand into new markets.

Consolidating plants may make sense for profits but not for public safety.

The industry is consolidating, concentrating power and profits into the hands of fewer players.

But, by consolidating risk in the United States, Wilson's bill does the exact opposite of good insurance practice.

By good luck he was upright when motion ceased and he felt the snow consolidating round him.

The federal parliament began at once the task of consolidating the new institutions.

Meanwhile the king of Portugal went on consolidating the power of the crown at home and the influence of the nation abroad.

But that is a narrow idea compared to our system of consolidating hopes,—consolidating hopes!

Christian habits were at this time forming and consolidating into customs of the Church.

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On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consolidating, such as: assortment, collection, accumulation, anthology, assembling, and collecting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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