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Thus does Arama propound his plan for a fusion between the races.

The fusion of the two versifications was as gradual as that of the two vocabularies had been.

The fusion is conducted in a Fletcher's crucible furnace in a clay crucible.

When fusion is complete, the contents of the crucible are poured into any suitable mould.

When the G-4's went out the fusion must have shorted the neutralizers.

A new individual appears—not the result of the fusion merely.

It is an outgrowth and culmination of instincts, a fusion of them into a new product.

I out-gassed 'em plenty out there—seven times, almost to fusion.

But is this so where that fusion of all the faculties which we call genius is greatly taxed?

Such a consummation as a fusion of the two races is out of all calculation.

WORD ORIGIN

1550s, from Middle French fusion, from Latin fusionem (nominative fusio) "an outpouring, effusion," noun of action from fusus, past participle of fundere "pour, melt" (see found (v.2)). In nuclear physics sense, first recorded 1947; in jazz sense, by 1972.

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