conglomeration


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a rounded spherical form

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a sum total of many heterogenous things taken together

an occurrence combining miscellaneous things into a (more or less) rounded mass

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"I-Business is the term that best represents the conglomeration of all the core competencies that are necessary in order to do business on-line in Latin America," he says.
We wanted that date as there's a conglomeration of fixtures in the North on the Saturday, which doesn't help anybody.
Prior to the formation of a health ministry, there was a conglomeration of health care structures, most of which acted autonomously.
The Bohra leaders told the chief minister that it was a conglomeration of over 70,000 people in the city.
The final chapter is a conglomeration of all the other types of abandoned spaces captured by the photographer.
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: The Iraqi Oil Ministry on Sunday signed a contract with the conglomeration of the Netherlands' Shell and Malaysia's Petronas to develop the Majnoon oilfield as part of the second round of licenses approved by the cabinet, according to Minister Hussein al-Shahrestani.
He examines the role of politics, conglomeration, immigration, and satellite technology in framing discourses of gender, ethnic, and regional identities.
WHEN I read the letter from D Lawrence in Thursday's Mail I wondered if he/she had actually seen Jerry Springer - the Opera before describing it as blasphemous and "a conglomeration of filth".
9 '*** was a conglomeration of Eastern European national fragments kept together as a political unit by its leader, Marshal Tito, from 1943 until his death in 1980'.
Rather than springing forth from a conglomeration of carbon-based, or organic, chemical compounds, life may have been born of inorganic compounds more akin to table salt and washing soda, according to a team of chemists that recently created cell-like structures from a mixture of inorganic chemicals.
Is there a producer/consumer relationship hegemony in art?") The editors clearly wished to survey the state of art's social context in a way that was at once historical, political, and epistemological, and the social conditions of the art world, as well as the role of concerned artists within that context, are interrogated in a conglomeration of astute essays, statements, declarations, and language-based artworks.
Lines drawn on maps rarely take into account all the important factors, as recent problems in the Balkans have revealed, and Iraq is no different, being a conglomeration of different ethnic tribes.
Fontsanta Park is a conglomeration of imaginative public spaces grafted on to the dried-up riverbed of the former Fontsanta River.