Noun(1) volcanic rock consisting of large fragments fused together(2) a collection of objects laid on top of each other
Verb(1) form into one cluster
Adjective(1) clustered together but not coherent
(1) A short agglomerate cork suggests that the bottler had little regard for the ageing ability of this wine, while a particularly long cork is indicative at least of ambition or optimism.(2) This uptake of oxygen, however slow or fast, tends to reduce fresh, grapey primary aromas and also causes small tannin molecules to agglomerate , which changes colour towards gold in whites and softens astringency in both reds and whites.(3) Fluxes are therefore used to protect the melt from oxidation, to agglomerate nonmetallic inclusions originating with the charge, and to break up and collect the oxide inclusions and skins that may form during melting.(4) On the life insurance side, the risk of urban agglomerate was underestimated, and the risk continues.(5) If firms agglomerate in one or a few regions, they do so impelled by pecuniary externalities that arise from the interaction of increasing returns with transportation costs between regions.(6) This invention provides an abrasive article comprising abrasive agglomerate particles and a bond system.(7) The cheapest form of cork, developed in 1891 by an American businessman, John Smith, is cork agglomerate , occasionally called ├ö├ç├┐agglo├ö├ç├û, reassembled crumbs of cork which can offer some of the benefits of intact cork itself.(8) If carbides are allowed to agglomerate or form grain-boundary films during heat treatment or in service at elevated temperatures, they can seriously impair ductility and cause embrittlement.(9) The agglomerate formulation of MF successfully deagglomerates into particles of respirable size during patient inhalation.(10) Herbert aims to agglomerate intellectual movements in various disciplines and show the deep connections that make them part of a single episteme.(11) However this light coating was not deposited where the dust or agglomerate should have been deposited as a result of cyclonic action, that is at the bottom of the collecting pan.(12) For this particular child, I would ask if there are cats in the house cats loose a lot of hair, which tends to agglomerate under beds and in room corners.(13) Rocky material formed by the accumulation of large ejecta is classified as agglomerate .(14) This diagram places in opposition a development which will mainly benefit the big firm and the agglomerated area, and a development which will benefit the whole population.(15) An unique aspect of the agglomerates according to the present invention is that they are formed without the use of a separate bonding substance, such as an adhesive.(16) The point he has missed is, a large percentage of India's surface area is still in villages where rainwater recharges the soil much more than it does in urban agglomerates .
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Different Formsagglomerate, agglomerated, agglomerates, agglomerating
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