from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Anyone who, or anything that consolidates
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which consolidates.
- n. Specifically, in pottery-making, an assemblage of strainers for straining slip.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
He added that Paetec, which had $1.6 billion in 2009 revenue, could play the role of a "consolidator," buying up more fiber assets around the country.
In this case, since the family was traveling on a "consolidator" ticket sold through Lufthansa at below-published fare prices, United couldn't reroute them to another airline after the mechanical delay, she said.
Without a required date for purchase, a major "consolidator" (discounter) named Travac (800-872-8800) will be selling post-Nov. 1 flights to the English capital for $230 round trip from New York, $290 from Chicago and $410 from Los Angeles.
I think it is important to recognise there are several 'consolidator' vehicles out there many with different service propositions.
In some sense, everybody benefits - the loan consolidator benefits and the people benefits.
In discussing matters with our freight consolidator - large pottery presents special problems.
Cost are streamlined, profits increase to the consolidator but not usually the consolidated companies.
It seems to match the model put forth by HBO start as a content consolidator and then become a content creator, except that Netflix will be creating a TV show that many people may never see on a TV.
"We want to be the consolidator in the CLO and most senior loan space," Mr. Spilker said.
"Rouse is being created to be a B-mall consolidator," Mr. Mathrani said in a December interview at General Growth's Chicago headquarters.
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