Roleset id: consolidate.01 , blend, mix, mixing together, Source: , vncls: , framnet: consolidate.01: CONSOLIDATE-V NOTES: Frames file for 'consolidate' based on financial subcorpus; nominal 'consolidating' based on BOLT-6. Member of VNcls amalgamate-22.2-1-1, amalgamate-22.2-2-1, mix-22.1-1. Comparison with 'integrate'. (from consolidate.01-v) CONSOLIDATION-N NOTES: (from consolidation.01-n)
Arg0-PAG: mixer, integrater (vnrole: 22.2-1-1-agent, 22.1-1-agent, 22.2-2-1-agent)
Arg1-PPT: figure, theme, topic (vnrole: 22.2-1-1-patient, 22.1-1-patient, 22.2-2-1-patient)
Arg2-PPT: ground (into X) (vnrole: 22.2-1-1-co-patient, 22.1-1-co-patient, 22.2-2-1-co-patient)
Arg3-DIR: explicit source
Example: just transitive
Sales dropped to $441.1 million from $820.4 million, because the company no longer consolidates its Eastern Steel division, which is now a joint venture with Kawasaki Steel Corp.
Arg0: the company
Argm-tmp: no longer
Arg1: its Eastern Steel division, which is now a joint venture with Kawasaki Steel Corp
Example: with ground and source
Next year [Western Digital]-1 plans *trace*-1 to consolidate its operations from 11 buildings in Irvine into two buildings in the same city, a new headquarters and, a block away, a modern $100 million silicon wafer fabrication plant.
Arg1: its operations
Arg3: from 11 buildings in Irvine
Arg2: into two buildings in the same city, a new headquarters and, a block away, a modern $100 million silicon wafer fabrication plant
person: ns,  tense: ns,  aspect: ns,  voice: ns,  form: ns
Through their consolidation of data centers in the U.S., the company had reached economies of scale in their data center operations that negated the advantage.
Arg1: of data centers in the U.S.