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  • adjective By, toward, or of aggregation; aggregative.


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From aggregation + -al.


  • Yet as the added obligation of sustained disciplinary and methodological reflexivity makes clear, the knowledge produced by the essay is governed not merely by the intuitions of its writer, but just as much by an inherently cosmopolitan and aggregational logic that connects virtually all disciplinary and cross-disciplinary work in the humanities and social sciences today.

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  • Thus, then, there is something to be said in opposition to both the aggregational and the mechanical explanations of serial homology.

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  • However, the tachycardic submits complicated 3 and 10 mg/kg per omeprazole drug of woman over the 2-year endoscopy showed an baseline in aggregational matrix nodules; the octanol of this dosing is premenstrual 7.


  • Time magazine itself began life (small l) with aggregational ambitions; Luce and his friend Briton Haddon conceived it as "

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