"The Ministry will afford a fixed amount for the production of each barrel to be produced by the conglomeration
-- one dollar and 39 cents, of which 35 percent would be cut as duty," said the minister.
The Third Front is conglomeration
of some state parties in search of a Prime Minister," Mukherjee said at a press conference here.
The atomic nucleus is typically pictured as a roughly spherical conglomeration
of protons and neutrons.
Although the book he has written leads there inevitably, the question of how the health-care problem might be solved is not addressed by Bogdanich except in passing, as when he suggests replacing the current conglomeration
of competing and conflicting health-care policies with one coherent national policy.
ISLAMABAD -- The Milli Yakjehti Council, a conglomeration
of religious parties in the country, has impressed upon the owners of media houses, besides managers and editors to preserve the sanctity of the holy month of Ramazan and refrain from presenting such programmes as were not in harmony with the spirit of the holy month.
By category formation, he means the principle by which a category is defined, the theory of the conglomeration
of random data into coherent wholes.
In Benedict's version, each figure is made of a conglomeration
of various toys, plastic-doll wrestlers, comic-book heroes, crib ornaments, and so on, following the description of the cards.
When tripped off chemically -- using a method called "proton triggering" -- a loos conglomeration
of disk-shaped peptide rings will suddenly stack themselves together, forming regular tubes hundreds together, forming regular tubes hundreds of nanometers long and only 7 to 8 angstroms in diameter.
PESHAWAR -- FATA Political Alliance, a conglomeration
of the political parties, has demanded of the government to abolish Frontier Crimes Regulations (FCR) and merge the tribal areas into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Linkages of financial groups in the European Union; financial conglomeration
developments in the old and new member states.
Scottsdale, part of the Phoenix conglomeration
in Arizona, is not (yet) renowned as a great regional centre of art, but many of its citizens hope that it will become so, and one of the most recent stepping stones on its path to artistic recognition is Will Bruder's Museum of Contemporary Art (formally known as the Gerard L.
What emerges is not so much a serendipitous conglomeration
of refuse as an exuberant celebration of the people who created it.