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Consolidation may refer to:
In science and technology
- Memory consolidation, the process in the brain by which recent memories are crystallised into long-term memory
- Pulmonary consolidation, a clinical term for solidification into a firm dense mass
- Server consolidation, where multiple servers are consolidated using platform virtualization
- Data consolidation, the consolidation of data from multiple sources into a centralized system
- Consolidation (soil), a geological process whereby a soil decreases in volume
- Consolidation, a popular name of a steam locomotive type, with 2-8-0 wheel, built first in 1864
- Consolidation (business), the mergers or acquisitions of many smaller companies into much larger ones
- Consolidation (media), consolidation of United States media into a few companies
- Debt consolidation, the process of combining two or more loans into one big loan
- Federal student loan consolidation, allows students to consolidate student loans into one single debt
- Fiscal consolidation, decreasing the public finance deficit, this way increasing the sustainability of public finance
Consolidation = merging or integration of many items into one.
- Championship consolidation, the act of combining two separate championships into a single title
- Democratic consolidation, the process by which a new democracy matures
- Land consolidation, the process that consolidates small fragmented parcels of land into larger contiguous plots
- Municipal consolidation, the act of merging two or more municipalities to form a single new one
- Consolidated city–county, a consolidation of city and county governments used by some United States cities
- Travel consolidators, a consolidation of travel services in one package or at one single point of access
- Likud, a conservative Israeli political party whose name is Hebrew for "Consolidation"
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