The Bohra leaders told the chief minister that it was a conglomeration
of over 70,000 people in the city.
The presence and conglomeration
of many factors: terrorist threats, protests against abuse of authority, and possible impeachment of the chief justice are just some indicators of unstable times.
They're too slow to do the government's bidding by installing an elected mayor for a Leeds City Region or the county or some other conglomeration
of local authorities.
The railway bypass around the Lyon conglomeration
is a strategic project at regional, national and European level.
In the latter part of the first millennium AD, he says these lands--Trans-Elbia--were home to a conglomeration
of pagan Slav tribes, called in various places, languages, and periods as Wends, Sorbs, and Kashubs.
By piecing together data on the moon's composition, density and the state of its largest crater, Black and Mittal inferred that Phobos is a loose conglomeration
There is also conglomeration
in which a holding company is not a bank but a subsidiary in the form of a bank, he remarked.
Lahore -- The Milli Yakjehti Council (MYC) a conglomeration
of religious parties has urged upon the government to take all possible measures to maintain peace during Ashura Muharram.
For their part, members of the Egyptian delegation stressed the need to realize the declaration issued at the conclusion of the conference in terms of preparing to launch an international media conglomeration
to combat terrorism, while the Jordanian delegation's members voiced their support for Syria in its war on terrorism.
I've hardly used the Carrera Crossfire cycle I bought because it turned out to be the most uncomfortable and unnecessarily complicated conglomeration
of metal ever devised.
OJK Regulation on Implementation of Integrated Governance for Financial Conglomeration
TEHRAN (FNA)- We live in a galaxy known as the Milky Way -- a vast conglomeration
of 300 billion stars, planets whizzing around them, and clouds of gas and dust floating in between.
Rumor has it this episode is one of a kind conglomeration
of music, jokes, and even a little dancing.
He evaluates the rights of victims of injustice and how they continue beyond their death, how it is an injustice that the benefits of past injustices continue to be enjoyed, how communities are a conglomeration
of past-present-future, how our obligation of redress derives from political organization and not the aggrieved community itself, and how past wrongs persist in the present.
public or commercial), conditions (regulation and economics of the industries--including conglomeration
and consolidation of ownership) and practices (creative workers' practices as well as industry structures and strategies).