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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconglomerationcon‧glom‧e‧ra‧tion /kənˌɡlɒməˈreɪʃən $ -ˌɡlɑː-/ noun [countable] formal  GROUP OF THINGSa group of different things gathered togetherconglomeration of the loose conglomeration of artists known as L'École de Paris
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conglomerationThe staff writers seem to be a conglomeration of music diehards steeped in the traditions of classic rock.The Alliance for Aging Research was established in 1986 by a conglomeration of health organizations, medical schools and major corporations.When you assemble them in a conglomeration of 300 on 150 acres, we give that another name.Seen in those terms, three main features of the period were media concentration, conglomeration and internationalization.Media concentration, conglomeration, and internationalization long preceded 1945.Indeed, it illustrates very clearly all three features of concentration, conglomeration and internationalization.With concentration, conglomeration and internationalization the issues of power and accountability became substantially more difficult, in both principle and practice.To the east of Frisia were the pagan Saxons, a diffuse and essentially nomadic conglomeration of tribes.conglomeration ofScottsdale's Old Town is a conglomeration of loud bars, souvenir shops, and art galleries.
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