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  • verb Present participle of agglomerate.


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  • They choked the two-man cells, agglomerating around every available television screen, and the collective noise of two dozen sets tuned to the same channel echoed throughout the concrete and tile cellblock lending every line a creepy übervox quality.

    Hurricane Katrina and the Lost Prisoners of New Orleans

  • UF4 is a solid composed of agglomerating particles with a texture similar to baking soda.


  • Then, agglomerating his superbly refined vocabulary with its voraciously aggressive undertones, reminiscent more of an angry third-grade bully on the playground than the president of the United States, Bush warned Iran, and the United States, that he "intends to do something about it."

    Fear, Trust, Iran & War Marketing

  • A statement on Monday said the process of agglomerating carbon fines - Carbolite Technology - was based on technology jointly developed by AECI subsidiary, AECI Operations Services and HTS E&E.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • As the economist, Alfred Weber, puts it, there are "agglomerating factors" those when once there has been some concentration of industry in one area, give, from the mere fact of concentration, advantages to other industries in that area.

    Some Regional Problems of Canada

  • Circus, benignly blinking at the agglomerating Arabs.

    Punchinello, Volume 1, No. 01, April 2, 1870

  • Lobster Bob, who rushed away aft, where the fight was now agglomerating, headed by the red man and Flashy Joe, both covered with blood, and looking like demons, as they wrestled and bit through the Crowd.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 40, February, 1861

  • The qualities that a good agglomerating machine should present are as follows:

    Scientific American Supplement, No. 360, November 25, 1882

  • After many months of unremitting toil and research, and the trial of thousands of experiments, the goal was reached in the completion of a successful formula for agglomerating the fine ore and pressing it into briquettes by special machinery. ''

    Edison, His Life and Inventions, vol. 2

  • American slave plantations "the only form of culture practised was spade culture, merely agglomerating upon a single area of land a number of isolated laborers"; or when he contends that either slavery or serfdom since based on force and fraud "destroys the possibility of fiduciary credit by cancelling the conditions [of trust and confidence] which alone can foster it."

    American Negro Slavery A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of Negro Labor as Determined by the Plantation Regime


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