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aggregate

 [ag´rĕ-gat]
individuals, families, or other groupings who are associated because of similar social, personal, health care, or other needs or interests.

ag·gre·gate

(ag'rĕ-gāt),
1. To unite or come together in a mass or cluster.
2. The total of individual units making up a mass or cluster.
[L. ag-grego, pp. -atus, to add to, fr. grex (greg-), a flock]

Aggregate

Epidemiology A group of persons who share one or more traits or characteristics without necessarily having had any direct social connection.
Examples All female doctors; all European cities with populations over 20,000; all coal miners.
Zoology A group of species within a genus, but not a subgenus; a group of subspecies, often written within brackets.

ag·gre·gate

(ag'rĕ-gāt)
1. To unite or come together in a mass or cluster.
2. The total of individual units making up a mass or cluster.
[L. ag-grego, pp. -atus, to add to, fr. grex (greg-), a flock]
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However, news aggregators impact even some web-based providers.
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Christian Morsanutto, SVP of Business Development and Operations for Toronto-based TV channel aggregator ECG, reported that, in regard to channels from the CEE territory, the most prevalent are the Polish channels that will number in excess of 31 linear channels in Canada and the U.S.
Before the two phases, the file region which is contained between the minimum and maximum offsets of all file requests is divided into a configurable number of file domains (FD), and each FD is assigned to a chosen process which is called aggregator. All the data that locates inside an FD is aggregated by the related aggregator which is responsible for transferring the FD from or to the parallel file system.