aggregation

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  • At some locations they form large aggregations, though these are not true schools.
  • They have few strong social bonds, and aggregations usually change members every few hours.
  • Care must be taken to account for the animals located at the edge of an animal aggregation.
  • They are aggregations of sick people, who die out in the third generation. Cited from Mystic Isles of the South Seas, by Fredrick O'Brien
  • In other words, a two party system is the best aggregation.
  • It is a colonial species and forms aggregations on the lower shore near low-water mark.
  • The term may also refer to a non-religious philosophy built on that aggregation.
  • Large aggregations of capital in the hands of trading companies were becoming common. Cited from German Culture Past and Present, by Ernest Belfort Bax
  • While it is possible to find some nests close together, they do not form aggregations.
  • More detailed data at a lower level of aggregation is often available on request.
  • Another weather data aggregation network is the Weather Underground personal weather station network.
  • He was a mind who saw men in large aggregations bound to each other by policies and interests. Cited from Children of the Market Place, by Edgar Lee Masters
  • In a market economy, price is the aggregation of information acquired when people are free to use their individual knowledge.
  • Often it required the aggregation of less powerful bands with their more powerful neighbors.
  • Aggregations of animals are faced with decisions which they must make if they are to remain together.
  • If a new, isolated area is to be covered, then a new aggregation point must be constructed.
  • Individual sharks return to the aggregation site every one to six days.
  • They are seen in aggregations made up of large numbers in southern India during June to October.
  • After getting his aggregation degree in History, he returned to Africa.
  • A common way for this to occur is through data aggregation.
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