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To optimize campaigns as effectively as possible, brands need to pivot their strategies to prepare for the convergence of digital and linear.
When the 2018 NFL season ended, the principals’ convergence would have been unimaginable.
Two whales we tracked offshore from the Auckland Islands in 2009 visited the subtropical convergence, but hundreds of miles to the east of Bill’s current location.
He argues that at some point between the late 1980s and the turn of the century, a convergence of societal trends took us into a new regime of time that he calls “presentism.”
Today, we’re experiencing the convergence of content with all things digital.
The convergence of these signs lit Morris up like a firecracker.
Republican political operatives say the gains the GOP is set to make are due to a convergence of causes.
It was this complete convergence of events and really kismet, what happened to Marge Gunderson.
But regardless of their different lenses, she said, “there seems to be a convergence of interests” between the two sides.
The Princess's funeral was a stunning convergence of the powerful and the beautiful, the poor and the afflicted.
We tried to edge nearer her, but she was just beyond the convergence of two side currents which pushed us even further away.
This defect is corrected by convex glasses, which increase the convergence of the incident rays.
As they started toward the convergence of sailors at the entrance of the mess hall, Urson said, "Oh, guess what?"
There exists, however, a certain connection between accommodation and convergence of the visual lines.
Among the causes which promote the occurrence of squint, Donders mentions also conditions which diminish convergence.
On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to convergence, such as: concurrence, confluence, meeting, and merging.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.