collection, aggregation, accumulation, assemblagenoun
several things grouped together or considered as a whole
collection, collecting, assembling, aggregationnoun
the act of gathering something together
The act of collecting together (aggregating).
The state of being collected into a mass, assemblage, or sum (aggregated).
A collection of particulars; an aggregate.
summarizing multiple routes into one route.
the majority of the parasite population concentrated into a minority of the host population.
the act of aggregating, or the state of being aggregated; collection into a mass or sum; a collection of particulars; an aggregate
Etymology: [Cf. LL. aggregatio, F. agrgation.]
A process by which particles collect to form a cohesive mass or cluster. The resulting structure is called an aggregate.
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The numerical value of aggregation in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of aggregation in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Ideally, it would be great if you could watch a network and not understand what the networks' politics are, the programming on Netflix is an aggregation of the politics of a lot of storytellers and creators... It's not an aggregation of my politics or Reed's [ Hastings, Netflix's CEO ] politics.
After review of our daily news aggregation emails, we have determined that the sampling was over inclusive and contained non-news sources. Executive Office for Immigration Review will no longer be distributing a daily news briefing to Executive Office for Immigration Review staff.
In its evaluation, the Federal Reserve identified numerous and significant deficiencies across Deutsche Bank Trust Corporation's risk-identification, measurement, and aggregation processes; approaches to loss and revenue projection; and internal controls.
The USA Freedom Act does not propose that we abandon any and all efforts to analyze telephone data, what we're talking about here is a program that currently contemplates the collection of all data just as a routine matter and the aggregation of all that data in one database. That causes concerns for a lot of people... There's a lot of potential for abuse.
It was an aggregation of events over the course of years.
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