Definitions

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  • adjective clustered together but not coherent.

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of agglomerate.

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  • adjective clustered together but not coherent

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Examples

  • In the process, it has become perhaps the most complete chronicle of our strange national anxieties ever agglomerated.

    The Listener

  • Â Astra and her beau travel into space to view something called “The Gordian Knot,” which consists of millions of universes all agglomerated together, existing in a strange quantum state of intermingling, thanks to Astra and her powers.

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  • A more likely bet is the following: the cloud of molecules, dust, and matter that agglomerated to form our solar system was laced with the leftovers of many dead star systems, some of which could have harbored life.

    SuperCooperators

  • In the process, it has become perhaps the most complete chronicle of our strange national anxieties ever agglomerated.

    The Listener

  • In the process, it has become perhaps the most complete chronicle of our strange national anxieties ever agglomerated.

    The Listener

  • A society proud of its accomplishments, its agglomerated cultures -- Chinese, Indian, Malay -- continue to value family as the supreme societal unit.

    Singapore's Demographic Winter

  • A society proud of its accomplishments, its agglomerated cultures -- Chinese, Indian, Malay -- continue to value family as the supreme societal unit.

    Singapore's Demographic Winter

  • This is in great part what the movement is about, of course, but there is in reality far too diverse a spectrum of proponents working alongside these men and women for everyone to be agglomerated into one demographic.

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  • And all of this talk of dis-establishing the unwieldy and unworkable and agglomerated-monstrosity 'nations' (and Economy) as over-extended as 'the 48 States,' is what is contained and meant in the 1960s bumpersticker: Think globally, Act locally. by meremark (1 articles, 3 quicklinks, 30 diaries, 589 comments [29 recommended, 0 rejected]) on Tuesday, Jan 20, 2009 at 1: 58: 24 AM

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  • More important, the fact that these researchers, with this kind of code, agglomerated so much grant money and garnered so many “peer-reviewed” publications demonstrates that the process of peer-review as to climate change cannot be trusted.

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