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  • noun Plural form of aggregation.

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Examples

  • We hypothesize that an important reason for male and female tropical bats to form long term aggregations is to profit from more efficient foraging via information transfer, postulated previously as a reason for sociality in males of narrow-winged temperate-zone species

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • A hands-on training course for the ever-growing field of cataloging electronic serials, the curriculum includes advanced problems related to electronic serials, trends and evolving practices, challenges such as aggregations, and case studies.

    Archive 2006-07-09

  • A hands-on training course for the ever-growing field of cataloging electronic serials, the curriculum includes advanced problems related to electronic serials, trends and evolving practices, challenges such as aggregations, and case studies.

    OLAC Conference

  • They would even visit the circus when one of those "aggregations" made the summer hideous, and he would buy her peanuts and observe all the conventional rules laid down for rural deportment on such occasions.

    A Man and a Woman

  • This step would also include defining relevant dimensions (for those of you who don't know, Caché has built-in multi-dimensional capability), measures, aggregations, meaningful names and so on.

    Independent Information Technology and business analysis from IT-Director.com

  • We’ve grouped these collections — "aggregations" — into individual Alltop sites based on topics such as environment, photography, science, celebrity gossip, fashion, gaming, sports, politics, automobiles, and Macintosh.

    Alltop.com: An Online Magazine Rack

  • We’ve grouped these collections — "aggregations" — into individual Alltop sites based on topics such as environment, photography, science, celebrity gossip, fashion, gaming, sports, politics, automobiles, and Macintosh.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • We've worked out a democratic system that permits aggregations of human beings to challenge aggregations of money.

    Richard Brodsky: The Bust at OWS: "Don't Mourn For Me, Organize"

  • We've worked out a democratic system that permits aggregations of human beings to challenge aggregations of money.

    Richard Brodsky: The Bust at OWS: "Don't Mourn For Me, Organize"

  • The reason antitrust investigations of Google are needed is because its business is not search or email or any other visible tool most users see, but the accumulation of vast aggregations of personal data deployed on behalf of its advertising customers.

    Nathan Newman: The Cost of Lost Privacy, Part 3: Google, the Subprime Meltdown and Antitrust Implications

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