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Word: agglomeration

Definition: collection; heap; V. agglomerate: gather into a rounded mass; N. aggolmeate: jumbled mass; heap

Sentences Containing 'agglomeration'

A census agglomeration comprises one or more adjacent census subdivisions that has a core population of 10,000 or greater.
A census agglomeration is a census geographic unit in Canada determined by Statistics Canada.
Ans is bounded with Liège, Seraing, Herstal, Saint-Nicolas and Flémalle, the agglomeration of Liège with 600,000 people.
Before 1960, Moratalaz was only an agglomeration of barely 40 houses with only one paved street.
Chennai, India's fourth-largest urban agglomeration, has a well-established suburban railway network, which dates back to 1931, when services began on the metre-gauge line from Beach to Tambaram.
Dortmund Airport serves the eastern Rhine-Ruhr area, the largest urban agglomeration in Germany.
Electrostatic repulsion then prevents agglomeration of the particles.
Finally, since its creation in 2003, Meaux is the center and the main town of an agglomeration community, the Communauté d'agglomération du Pays de Meaux.
From Arras it follows the river Scarpe in eastern direction until Douai, where it turns northwest. After Ostricourt it turns north again, entering the agglomeration of Lille.
The area of Phalerum is now occupied by the towns Palaio Faliro, Kallithea, Moschato and Neo Faliro, all of which part of the Athens agglomeration.
The Church of Nossa Senhora do Calhau was destroyed, various times, by storm surges that battered the southern coast, eventually forcing many to concentrate in central Funchal, forming the central agglomeration of that municipality.
The magnetic attraction of nanoparticles is weak enough that the surfactant's Van der Waals force is sufficient to prevent magnetic clumping or agglomeration.
The most populous zone, in the northwest of the prefecture, is part of the Kantō region that extends into the urban agglomeration of Tokyo and Saitama.
The municipality is located in the northern portion of the agglomeration of Lausanne and on the edge of the Jorat woods.
The regional unit covers the west-central part of the agglomeration of Athens.
The university town (14,100 students in the 2010–2011 winter semester) is the district seat, and is ranked as a "higher centre" in the South Westphalian urban agglomeration.
There are over 80,000 Catholics in the areas referred to as the Palestinian territories, mostly in the agglomeration between Ramallah and Bethlehem, including the West Bank suburbs of Jerusalem.
Therefore, possibly as many as 150,000 Frisian speakers live in other Dutch provinces now, particularly in the urban agglomeration in the West, and in neighbouring Groningen and newly reclaimed Flevoland.
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