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Group or cluster of particles in a fluid. In water or in water-base drilling fluid, clay particles form aggregates in a dehydrated, face-to-face configuration. This occurs after a massive influx of ha [..]
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Crushed stone, slag or water-worn gravel that comes in a wide range of sizes and is used to surface built-up roofs.
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A whole consisting of the combination of smaller separate elements.
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In general, all functioning things are aggregates because they are an aggregation of their parts. In particular, a person of the desire realm or form realm has five aggregates: the aggregates of form, [..]
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Data obtained by aggregation, as distinct from unit record data.
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A set of transactions relating to a defined flow of goods and services, such as the total output produced by resident establishments in a given period, or the total purchases of intermediate inputs ma [..]
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(1) A limit in an insurance policy stipulating the most it will pay for all covered losses sustained during a specified period of time, usually a year. Aggregate limits are commonly included in liab [..]
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c. 1400, from Latin aggregatus "associated," literally "united in a flock," past participle of aggregare "add to (a flock), lead to a flock, bring together (in a flock)," [..]
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c. 1400, from Latin aggregatum, neuter past participle of aggregare (see aggregate (adj.)). Related: Aggregated; aggregating.
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"number of persons, things, etc., regarded as a unit," early 15c., from noun use of Latin adjective aggregatum, neuter of aggregatus (see aggregate (adj.)).
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A grouping of crystals. Aggregates are defined by the way the crystals are clustered together.
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sand, gravel, or crushed rock excavated from a quarry.
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1. As an adjective or noun (with stress only on the first syllable), this refers to the sum or total of multiple items. 2. As a verb (with second stress on the last syllable), it means to combine such [..]
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A common modifier for an assortment of economic terms used in the study of macroeconomics that signifies a comprehensive, often national, total value. This modifier most often surfaces in the study of [..]
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Aggregates are defined as crushed stone, rockery or rocks which are used in concrete mixtures to give a textured appearance.
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A group of soil particles cohering so as to behave as a unit; includes mineral soil and organic matter.
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 Clumps of inorganic material of varying size.
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fruits fruits that come from a single flower which has many ovaries; the flower appears as a simple flower, with one corolla, one calyx, and one stem, but with many pistils and many ovaries; the ovari [..]
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An aggregate in golf is a score that results out of more than one round of play or if two or more players play together as partners.
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Refers to a score made over more than one round of play, or by two or more players playing as partners.
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n. A total created from smaller units. For instance, the population of a county is an aggregate of the populations of the cities, rural areas, etc. that comprise the county. v. To total data from smal [..]
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Refers to a score made over more than one round of play, or by 2 or more players playing as partners. AIR SHOT
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  Refers to a score made over more than one round of play, or by two or more players playing as partners.
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term for partner's score.
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Refers to a score made over more than one round of play, or by 2 or more players playing as partners.
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Refers to a score made over more than one round of play, or by 2 or more players playing as partners.
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n. The entire number, sum, mass, or quantity of something.
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Refers to a score made over more than one round of play, or by 2 or more players playing as golf partners.
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Dictionary of PHP Functions (PHP 4 >= 4.2.0)aggregate -- dynamic class and object aggregation of methods and propertiesvoid aggregate ( object object, string class_name)More Info
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medium usually grow rocks, gavel, or lava rocks that is all nearly the same size, and used for an inert hydroponic medium.
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Definition Total, sum.
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taken as a total [ liability]
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Hard, inert material used in concrete. Fine aggregate is 1/4" or less in diameter and usually consists of sand. Coarse aggregate is 1/4" up to 1-1/2" in diameter and usually consists of [..]
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A collection of items gathered together to form a total quantity, for example, soil clumps together to form aggregates. Small aggregates can clump together to form larger aggregates called peds.
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1. A clump or mass formed by gathering or collecting units.
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Crushed stone, slag or water-worn gravel that comes in a wide range of sizes that is used to surface built-up roofs.
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Materials that are added to mortar or grout at time of mixing to impart special properties to the mortar or grout; quantities of loose fragments of rock or mineral.
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(n) - a mass of rock particles
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A collection of molecules or particles, combined to make an overall formation or mass.
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(noun) A total created from smaller units. For instance, the population of a county is an aggregate of the populations of the cities, rural areas, etc., that comprise the county.
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the maximum dollar amount or total amount of coverage payable for a single loss, or multiple losses, during a policy period, or on a single project.
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A group of soil particles cohering in such a way that they behave mechanically as a unit.
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A total created from smaller units; the population of a county is an aggregate of the populations of the cities, rural areas, etc. that comprise the county.
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crushed rock, gravel or sand used for concrete or road making
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Gravel or stone added to the concrete mixture. Includes gravel, crushed stone, sand, slag, or recycled crushed concrete.
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(noun) A total created from smaller units. For instance, the population of a county is an aggregate of the populations of the cities, rural areas, etc. that comprise the county. (verb) To total data f [..]
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A collective term for the mineral materials such as sand, gravel, and crushed stone that are used with a binding medium (such as water, bitumen, portland cement, lime, etc.) to form compound materials [..]
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A collection of unrelated people who do not know one another but who may occupy a common space--for example, a crowd of people crossing a city street.
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(adj) formed of separate units gathered into a mass or whole(n) a sum total of many heterogenous things taken together(n) the whole amount(v) gather in a mass, sum, or whole(n) material such as s [..]
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Soil aggregate consisting of two or more soil particles bound together by various forces.
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(1) To appropriate another person’s labor and genius, as a service. (2) To plagiarize.
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A mixture of sand and stone and a major component of concrete.
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Mineral materials such as sand, gravel, crushed stone, or quarried rock used for construction purposes.
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Granular ingredients in concrete or shotcrete such as sand, gravel, crushed stone.
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Aggregates are small rocks that occur in a loose state. Aggregates can be added to mortar and concrete. They can be manufactured or they may occur naturally.
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A limit in an insurance policy stipulating the most it will pay for all covered losses sustained during a specified period of time, usually one year. Aggregate limits are commonly included in liability policies. While not often used in property insurance, aggregates are sometimes included with respect to certain catastrophic exposures, e.g., earthq [..]
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An inert granular or powdered material such as natural sand, manufactured sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, fines and lightweight aggregate which, when bound together by a cementitious matrix forms concrete, grout or mortar.
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Gravel, sand, slag, crushed rock or similar inert materials which form a large part of concretes, asphalts or roads including macadam.
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A mixture of sand and stone and a major component of concrete.
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 Any of several hard materials such as crushed rock, sand, gravel, stone, slag, cinders or other inactive materials traditionally used as construction materials
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A granular material, such as sand, gravel, crushed stone and iron blast-furnace slag, used with a cementing medium to form a hydraulic cement concrete or mortar.
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A group of more than one individual bus into a pricing node (pnode) that is considered as a whole in the Energy Market and other various systems and Markets within PJM.
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The total sum, everything added together.
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See University Aggregate.
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To combine the scores of certain groups of students, such as students with disabilities, with the scores of the rest of the students when reporting large-scale assessment results.
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Any collection of individuals who do not interact with one another.
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a cluster formed from separate parts.
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The maximum amount an insurance company will pay during the policy
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[4] (set theory, linear) 1. any combination of all twelve pcs. 2. (Babbitt) a vertical combination of hexachords
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Many fine soil particles held in a single mass or cluster, such as a clod, crumb, block, or prism. Many properties of the aggregate differ from those of an equal mass of unaggregated soil.
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Used for base materials and mixed in with cement to make concrete, it usually consists of crushed stone, gravel and sand.
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these are course materials that include crushed gravel or rock
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A mass or cluster of soil particles, often having a characteristic shape.
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Naturally occurring mineral and rock materials such as gravel, sand, clay, earth, shale, and stone. See Aggregate Resources Act for more information.
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The mixture of minerals commonly used in the construction industry, that may be sourced from the seabed (Defra, 2007).
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The inventory for any group of items or products, involving multiple stock-keeping units.
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the collective term for sand, gravel and crushed rock.
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The maximum dollar amount or total amount of coverage payable for a single loss, or multiple losses, during a policy period, or on a single project.
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A limit in an insurance policy stipulating the most it will pay for all covered losses sustained during a specified period of time, usually one year.
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The maximum amount an insurance company will pay during the policy
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The maximum amount an insurance company will pay during the policy
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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Any total (e.g., the gross national product; the sum of monthly sales).
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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A limit, specified in the policy, that is the maximum total amount that the policy will pay for all losses sustained during the policy period. Aggregate limits typically appear in general liability po [..]
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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The maximum limit of liability payable by an insurance carrier on behalf of a policyholder during any given policy period
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Stone, crushed stone or other inert material having hard, strong, durable pieces. When used in house construction, it forms the uppermost surface on which the slab is poured, just below the vapor barrier.
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The sum of the values for each of the elements in the universe. For example, aggregate household income is the sum of the income of all households in a given geographic area. Aggregates are frequently [..]
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a. A mass of rock particles, grains of minerals, or both. b. Irregular mass of crystals. c. Sand, gravel, crushed stone or rock that forms the major part of concrete.
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A grouping of crystals. Aggregates are defined by the ways crystals are clustered together. (See Crystals in Mineral Properties for more information.)
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An assemblage of individual crystals.
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Aggregate is a granular material used in construction. The most common natural aggregates of mineral origin are sand, gravel and crushed rock. (< 95% CaCO3)
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A mass or body of rock particles, mineral grains, or both. Any of several hard, inert materials, such as sand, gravel, slag, or crushed stone, used for mixing with a cemeting or bituminous material to [..]
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Accumulated Amount
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n. An array or structure type. adj. Refers to such a type.
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The grouping together of a selected set of like entities (usually adjacent) to form one entity. All TRI release amounts are aggregates in pounds of chemicals released to all environmental media (e.g., [..]
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an array or a struct without a constructor.
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<zoology> A group of species, other than a subgenus, within a genus, or a group of subspecies within a species. An aggregate may be denoted by a group name interpolated in parentheses. (09 Jan 1 [..]
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scoring a session by adding the raw (duplicate bridge) scores of individual deals; sometimes "total-point scoring."
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(noun) - collection of units or particles (e.g., cells) forming a body or mass. (verb) - to form such a body or mass.
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Any total (e.g., the gross national product; the sum of monthly sales).
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Primary aggregate can be defined as fine, granular or lump stone produced from crushed rock. It may be classified according to it’s geology and source, for example limestone or granite and particle size. Physical properties such as hardness and size classification, and sometimes chemical properties determine suitability for end use. It may be inco [..]
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A processed material made from a combination of crushed rocks, and coarse and fine sands. Aggregate can also be made from recycled products such as crushed concrete or porcelain toilets.
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A summary measure made by compounding two or more separate economic measures (e.g., national income and price index numbers).
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Materials such as small stones or sand.
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A limit, specified in the policy, that is the maximum total amount that the policy will pay for all losses sustained during the policy period. Aggregate limits typically appear in General Liability po [..]
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Coarse mineral material (e.g., sand, gravel) that is mixed with either cement to form concrete or tarry hydrocarbons to form asphalt.
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  The stones and sand (coarse and fine aggregate respectively) used as a filler in concrete, asphalt etc.
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in construction, used to describe granular materials such as gravel and sand. In concrete, fine aggregate (sand) and coarse aggregate (gravel) are essential constituents together with cement.
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===Noun=== ====something whole which consists of individual elements==== =====Synonyms===== aggregate entirety group totality biosphere blogosphere hivemind noosphere part cohesion gestalt integrati [..]
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Aggregat|lang=de
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a cluster formed from separate parts.
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A clumping of proteins inside cell bodies in the brain, which may be toxic. Aggregation of the protein alpha-synuclein is found in Lewy bodies, a pathological hallmark of Parkinson's disease. See [..]
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