By the 1940s, the "shoe with the beautiful fit" was recognized by hardworking women as one of the few brands that could be relied upon to meld prettiness and practicality into a heel that would last until you were ready for new shoes.
Just as raindrops meld seamlessly into a puddle, this carbon rain melds onto the diamond chip in a process called chemical vapor deposition (CVD), growing it to previously unheard of proportions for made-made gems.
Because your idea of what is appropriate probably won't meld with her idea, you may want to look at online images of swimsuits so that you both can point out which suits you like, and which suits are off limits.
The notes in Bath are not as pronounced as those in Beach; here, they all seem to meld into one, resulting in a rather linear fragrance that smells primarily of Ivory soap.
The company's craftsmen successfully meld modern ingenuity with a traditional timekeeping ethic, resulting in stunning watches that also happen to keep great time.