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  • The eastern end of the village was a conglomerate of economic and administrative buildings.
  • They feel that they should die in discontent if they could not experience, test, this wonderful conglomerate of existence. Cited from Literary Love-Letters, by Robert Herrick
  • He is a Director of R.B. Group, a leading business conglomerate of the country.
  • It was initially a conglomerate of the various right-wing party militias, placed under the control of a council composed of various party representatives.
  • That same year a conglomerate of his enemies sent a letter to the king, completely composed by critics and false accusations.
  • His business grew into a conglomerate of over 20 companies.
  • He was successful at this, and rose to control a conglomerate of insurance companies, banks, real estate, radio stations and newspapers.
  • From there, it went on to become the largest conglomerate of India with a diversified range of business interests.
  • Metal Industries, Limited was a conglomerate of mostly British engineering companies.
  • His family owns a conglomerate of companies in many industries.
  • Society, which is after all only a conglomerate of hosts, has the host's weakness -- all its guests must smile. Cited from Wisdom, Wit, and Pathos of Ouida, by Ouida
  • The school was founded in 1989 and is owned by a conglomerate of parents.
  • As Hinduism is primarily a conglomerate of different religious traditions, there is no one accepted view on the concept of free will.
  • By two o'clock he had flung down on paper a conglomerate of burning ideas, and thus relieved he at length went to bed. Cited from Born In Exile, By George Gissing
  • Its formation is entirely conglomerate of rather a coarse description. Cited from Expeditions into Central Australia, by E. J. Eyre
  • They were replaced by conglomerates of blocks of flats and industrial projects.
  • The site became a conglomerate of buildings accessed via back alleys.
  • It is a conglomerate of the activities of all societies and departments of the college.
  • She studied business administration, intending to own a conglomerate of businesses geared towards motivational products and services.
  • In course of time, it slowly developed a cultural character of its own, that of a conglomerate of upper-middle-class families of diverse ethnic origins.
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