An aggregate is a collection of items that are gathered together to form a total quantity.
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... Aggregate Spend compliance has been affected by individual state law compliance, which requires healthcare manufacturers to address and collect ... July 8, 2011, effectively repealing Maine’s aggregate spend reporting requirements (22 MRSA §2698-A) ...
... of concrete containing dolomite aggregate ... from the cement might react with the dolomite crystals present in the aggregate inducing the production of brucite, (MgOH)2, and calcite (CaCO3) ... be responsible for the volumetric expansion after de-dolomotisation of the aggregate, due to absorption of water ...
... An aggregate is a collection of items that are gathered together to form a total quantity ... Aggregate (composite), in materials science, a component of a composite material used to resist compressive stress Construction aggregate, materials used in ...
... April 26) - to transport the mined aggregate off the island ... avoiding the costs and environmental effects of constructing main roads on which the aggregate would be transported ... The economic viability of this strategy is clear one barge of aggregate is equal to approximately 115 trucks (Ron Summers, April 25), but both the use of the barge and construction of a new ...
More definitions of "aggregate":
- (adj): Formed of separate units in a cluster.
Example: "Raspberries are aggregate fruits"
- (verb): Amount in the aggregate to.
- (adj): Gathered or tending to gather into a mass or whole.
Example: "Aggregate expenses include expenses of all divisions combined for the entire year"
Synonyms: aggregated, aggregative, mass
Famous quotes containing the word aggregate:
“The aggregate of all knowledge has not yet become culture in us. Rather it would seem as if, with the progressive scientific penetration and dissection of reality, the foundations of our thinking grow ever more precarious and unstable.”
—Johan Huizinga (18721945)
“We cannot think of a legitimate argument why ... whites and blacks need be affected by the knowledge that an aggregate difference in measured intelligence is genetic instead of environmental.... Given a chance, each clan ... will encounter the world with confidence in its own worth and, most importantly, will be unconcerned about comparing its accomplishments line-by-line with those of any other clan. This is wise ethnocentricism.”
—Richard Herrnstein (19301994)
“We think of religion as the symbolic expression of our highest moral ideals; we think of magic as a crude aggregate of superstitions. Religious belief seems to become mere superstitious credulity if we admit any relationship with magic. On the other hand our anthropological and ethnographical material makes it extremely difficult to separate the two fields.”
—Ernst Cassirer (18741945)