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Amalgamation is the process of combining or uniting multiple entities into one form.
Amalgamation, amalgam, and other derivatives may refer to:
Mathematics and science
- Amalgam (chemistry), the combination of mercury with another metal
- Amalgamation (geology), the creation of a stable continent or craton by the union of two continents, blocks or terranes
- Amalgamation paradox in probability and statistics, also known as Simpson's paradox
- Amalgamation property in model theory
- Free product with amalgamation, in mathematics, especially group theory, an important construction
- Amalgamation (business), the merge or consolidation of companies
- Amalgamation (land), the formal combination of adjoining plots. In some jurisdictions distinct from Merger which refers in English land to the two classes of title in common ownership usually with a registered intention to merge them. In this way a lease can be terminated (see leasehold estate).
- Amalgamation, another name for a trade union, chiefly used in the United Kingdom
- Merger (politics), in geopolitics, the joining of two or more administrative units
- Amalgamation (names), the strategy of naming something after a combination of existing names
- Amalgamation (fiction), the concept of creating an element in a work of fiction by combining existing things
- Amalgamation (race), a now largely archaic term for the interbreeding of people of different ethnicities and races
- Amalgamation, an EP released by the band Pop Will Eat Itself in 1994
- Amalgamated (1917 automobile), car manufactured by the Amalgamated Machinery Corp.
- Amalgamated (organization name)
- Amalgamated Broadcasting System, a short-lived American radio network during the 1930s
- Conflation, also known as "idiom amalgamation", the combination of two expressions
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