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1. Accounting: Amalgamation of two or more distinct firms into a single accounting entity.
2. Mathematics: Arrangement in which the order or sequence of the items comprising a group is unimportant. In contrast, permutation is an arrangement where their order or sequence is critically important.
3. Options trading: Arrangement involving two long positions (a long call and a long put) or two short positions (a short call and a short put) with different expiration dates and exercise prices.

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The combination we decided to go with was quite a complementary relationship that fully explained the situation perfectly for us.
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The team was successful and won the championship that year due to their great and amazing combination of skill and experience.
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Having a good combination of skills on your work team will help you to be able to combat any problems that come about.
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