COHERE


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COHEREConsortium for Online Higher Education and Research (Canada)
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Headquartered in New York City, Cohere Communications ensures the highest quality of service, with fully inter-connected technologies between its network providers and application servers.
Michael Rosen, Managing Director and Global Co-Head of Prime Brokerage Services at Cowen Prime said, "We are excited to announce our business support relationship with Cohere.
Solvay s material and industry expertise helped our COHERE device to become the first fusion system made out of porous PEEK to receive 510(k) clearance from the U.
Or isn't it nonetheless the case that these paintings cohere despite themselves, drawn together by a singular disregard for all expressive consistency?
We like to believe that the gestures of the current lyric mode cohere or accrete into significance, and perhaps in the right hands they do.
But attractive sounds alone can't make this collection of disparate pieces cohere.
Others see a grab bag of stated policies and wonder how they cohere.
Although carefully staged and rehearsed by Tina Fehlandt, the ballet failed to cohere.
By now, Leipzig's Hochschule fur Grafik und Buchkunst's prize pupil's signature style is well known: the exquisite painterly composition of scenes that refuse to cohere in space or time; busy details that open out into echoing voids; recurrent characters or archetypes (the worker, the farmer, the soldier) that seem utterly detached from one another; drab or lurid color applied in a manner ranging from grand to stolid to whimsical all on the same canvas; and an imposing catalogue of influences (Bruegel, Delacroix, David, Max Beckmann, Max Ernst, Balthus, Sigmar Polke, Gerhard Richter, Martin Kippenberger) overridden by a Soviet-era socialist realism perhaps too readily dismissed as merely ironic.
That account is: (A) "A conditional belief held by P is analytic only if it is the case that if P were to reject it, then P's belief would cohere very badly with the rest of P's beliefs" (p.
Eboo Patel: "'Interfaith' is when our experience of the diversity of modern life and our connections to our religious traditions cohere such that we develop faith identities which encourages us to interact with others in intentional and appreciative ways.
In "From Hip-Hop to Hittite: Part X," Mason reproduces the healing/saving/claiming "Hittite rant" he created to cohere his fragmented community and kin.