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glomerate

(glŏm′ĕr-āt) [L. glomerare, to wind into a ball]
Conglomerate, clustered, grouped.
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Stromata glomerate with few perithecia or effused-pulvinate; 2-23 mm long x 3-10 mm broad x 1-1.5 mm thick, coalescent, with inconspicuous perithecial mounds up to 1/2 exposed; surface Umber (9), becoming Sepia (63) to blackish when old, pruinose; orange brown granules immediately beneath surface, red-brown granules detected by microscopic examination in water; KOH-extractable pigments Vinaceous Purple (101); the tissue below the perithecial layer inconspicuous, 0.4-0.7 mm thick, black.
Mack.; Smooth Clustered Sedge, Glomerate Sedge; Shrubby old-field; Common; C = 2; BSUH 18623.
Shi, "Synthesis and characterization of glomerate GaN nanowires," Nanoscale Research Letters, vol.
Though it has none of the fairy tale-like attributes of Jobs' return to glory, the comeback fable penned last year by healthcare con glomerate Johnson & Johnson is nonetheless impressive, particularly in light of the company's recent series of costly missteps.
The Canadian Erie Islands continue to produce additions to the Ontario and Canadian flora, such as Glomerate Sedge (Carex aggregata) on Middle Island (Oldham and Crins 1988) and Rock Muhly (Muhlenbergia sobolifera) on Pelee Island (Oldham and others 1995).
Such inflorescences have been described as globose heads, subglobose or short to elongate capitate or glomerate spikes by some authors (Standley, 1917; Meats, 1977; Eliasson, 1987; Henrickson, 1987; Borsch, 200l).
Credit checking firm Experian was yesterday valued at pounds 5.7 billion following its demerger from retail con glomerate GUS.
His Bob Munro is a high-paid glomerate, enabling him to provide a comfortable lifestyle but have little quality time for his yuppie wife Jamie ("Curb Your Enthusiasm's" Cheryl Hines), short-fused daughter Cassie (Joanna "JoJo" Levesque) and pint-sized but macho son Carl (Josh Hutcherson).
A WELL-MADE British gangster story about an ambitious delinquent who tries to organise all the local gangs into a con- glomerate that will control all London crime.
Portuguese oyster (Crassostrea angulata Lamarck), slipper cupped oyster (Crassostrea iredalei Faustino), and Sydney rock oyster (Saccostrea glomerate Gould).
"Those large merged con- glomerate global organisations -- by the time they've finished the approval pro- cess of a new initiative, we've already deployed it."
With his son Tarek ensconced as CEO of FP7 MENA, and his other son Karim heading up Promoseven Holdings' McDonald's franchise in Lebanon, to a certain extent the con- glomerate remains a family business.