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That ends up leading to a really massive consolidation around a few platforms.

Nowadays, technology is all about consolidation, and a printer is no exception.

Klobuchar’s bill, the Antitrust Law Enforcement Reform Act, seeks to address consolidation across industries, calling out “dominant digital platforms” specifically.

Then, at the end of last year, as media companies’ businesses rebounded, the consolidation trend returned.

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In 2012, an internal Canadian government report called for the consolidation of these forces.

This impressive record of political consolidation, however, does not leave it invulnerable.

For some, such as NorCal Council, the consolidation of councils went relatively smoothly.

Under Bill Clinton, he was for consolidation and deregulation.

And consolidation is what happens in the aftermath of bubbles.

Side by side with tribal and national consolidation went on the growth in leadership.

After the consolidation a house of three stories in a good neighborhood was rented, and devoted entirely to the use of the club.

A man's acts and opinions are interesting in proportion to the degree of consolidation attained by his individuality.

The process of Prussian consolidation begun three years before was thus hastened.

His credit was further strengthened in the same session by his bill for the consolidation of the customs and excise.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consolidation, such as: merger, strengthening, unification, alliance, amalgamation, and association.

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