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conglomerations

Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of conglomeration.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The differences between the economy of the nineteenth century and that of the twenty-first are too many to list, but today, as in Jefferson's time of independent farmers and shopkeepers, it is individuals, not large conglomerations, that propel the economy.

    Andrei Cherny: Individual Age Economics

  • Many of their best films are such odd ducks, such weird conglomerations of genres and tone, that they almost seem to create their own new categories film by film.

    Michael Giltz: Movies: "Blimp" Is Back! British Gem Is Beautifully Restored

  • Pieces of rock were suspended within incomprehensible conglomerations of piping and tubing.

    Star Trek The Next Generation®

  • And you'll start seeing books endorsed by these review conglomerations.

    msagara: A question about vanity press publications and bookstores

  • The futuristic film reportedly will not be set on Mars, as the original was, but in conglomerations called Euromerica and New Shanghai.

    Bill Nighy Eyeing Total Recall Remake

  • They are scattered across the continent but focused on some very large conglomerations such as Cairo and Lagos and consumer products play into that.

    New York Conference Tackles Investment in Africa

  • I think a subtle version of this is the deregulation of the media industry during the Reagan years. once the lid was off, and conglomerations acquired as many news entities as they could, the effectiveness of mainstream American journalism plummeted. it is a prime example of the failure of market driven everything: some things have to be provided for the common good, not just profit margins. journalism is one of them.

    The Struggle for What We Already Have | clusterflock

  • For three decades our political opportunists have been puppets to the highest bidder and a whole conglomerations of special interest groups.

    A Week of Malaise and Many Gaffes - The Caucus Blog - NYTimes.com

  • In the future, the government wants to concentrate the population in belts of supercities, including one thick urban string that will thread its way up the Yangtze from Shanghai to Chongqing through Nanjing, Hefei, and Wuhan.18 To tie these conglomerations together, a high-speed railway is due for completion by 2012.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • All the cool stuff was worked out by evolution in the 3-4billion years before the Cambrian, a potential that simply blossomed in the past half-billion years into big conglomerations of cells.

    The Panda's Thumb: Development Archives

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