Just as her body melded against his, he pushed her away.
All at once, I found my own style, as my past influences melded into one.
melded into a rational whole, a connected body of work.
An unprecedented adrenaline rush of close quarters combat seamlessly melded with the spine-tingling, shocking intensity of the paranormal unknown.
melded together into a simple tale.
The Cathedral is beautiful, built of York Stone, some parts ancient, some modern, all melded into a pleasing whole.
melded together in a pleasant way.
melded with the Third Way philosophy of managerialism.
OneUps - The cool sounds of jazz/rock fusion are melded with our favorite tunes.
The Celtic Cross and Tree of Life are both examples of a tribal art form that emerged with the Christian church as it melded with Celtic culture in the seventh century.
The first few prototypes of these included hooks that had the cable screwed on and another where the hook and cable were melded together as one piece.
The Don Was produced album melded her blues style with a pop sound.
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