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Synonyms for assemblage

Synonyms for assemblage

Synonyms for assemblage

a system of components assembled together for a particular purpose


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several things grouped together or considered as a whole

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He discusses assemblages against totalities, assemblages against essences, persons and networks, organizations and governments, and cities and nations.
MNI and MLNI are methods used to quantify the number of individuals represented in an assemblage. The MNI methods were developed to ensure that each individual is only counted once in an assemblage with the intent of avoiding overestimations.
With this acquisition, Pacton's expanded land position overlaps with the Balmer Assemblage, known to host significant high-grade mineralisation at Pure Gold's Madsen mine and GoldCorp's Red Lake and Campbell mines, historically producing over 20m oz.
Ryback Development closed on the $23 million purchase of a four-building assemblage at 331, 333, 335 and 337 East 82nd Street.
Compared to the assemblage art of the 1950s and early 1960s-works by the likes of Wallace Berman or Bruce Conner, for instance--any figurative or narrative tendencies are downplayed.
Based on the detailed hand specimen and microscopic observations, six ore-forming assemblages of ore and gangue minerals and one supergene assemblage have been recognized (Figure 7).
It was funded by an assemblage of incorporated actors such as Exxon Mobil, Koch Industries, Donors Trust, Donors Capital Fund, the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, and the Science and Environmental Policy Project.
Following this introduction, the second section introduces the project and explores the growing influence and limits of assemblage theory in geography and participatory research.
Tanabe introduces the concept of 'assemblage' to the ethnographic analysis of social movements in this new context of fluidity, uncertainty, and commodification.
After finishing the assignment, one student went a bit further and created an assemblage with a Pepsi' theme.
Hubbs and Wauer (1973) studied seasonal fish assemblage patterns in Tornillo Creek from 1967 to 1970 and found high variability, suggesting that certain riverine fishes seasonally migrated between the mainstem and the tributary.
For the paleoecological study of the assemblages, relative abundances at different taxonomical levels, expressed as a percentage in relation to the total number of specimens obtained in each assemblage, were calculated.
Each contributor in this issue demonstrates how Deleuze/Guattari studies and Asia could, in one way or another, make "creative assemblages." To quote the conference call for papers, the Deleuzian assemblage is "not only a territorial gesture, framing its own territory, but also a performative practice of carving out new routes of thinking." This does not mean that topics are confined to apparent "Deleuze-Asian assemblages"; instead, it means a rethinking of territory and activating of creative thinking.
It argues for a shift in the analytic focus away from the depressed individual and onto the collective body, or assemblage, as a means of moving debates about how antidepressants work into a more generative area.
Uribe's work explores the shifts in scale, materials, and techniques informed by the assemblage process that has been central to his working method.