Many are conglomerations
of numerous pre-modern kingdoms-India itself contains so many civilizations that crossing the borders between some Indian states feels like entering different countries.
A series of wry inside jokes instantiated via improbable materials and processes, Andrew Sexton's recent solo debut was built around what at first seemed a similarly unlikely organizing principle: His drawings and multimedia conglomerations
were devised as "portraits" of friends and family members.
It is neither just representational statuary nor oversize, abstract metal conglomerations
An auxiliary section is devoted to creating synergies and conglomerations
connecting the individual organizations into one complete national organization.
Mass murder comes when we forget what a human being is, and begin to regard people as accidental conglomerations
Most scholars, according to Muldoon, regard medieval monarchies as polyglot conglomerations
of lands, privileges, and rights competing with the church and great nobilities for power.
Alfortville to the south-east of Paris in the lie de France is one of those unlovely conglomerations
that constitute so much of the Parisian banlieues.