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Word: conglomeration

Definition: mass of material sticking together

Sentences Containing 'conglomeration'

A 24-hour staffed game room, a LARP, tracked author programming, a costume masquerade, a dealer's room, and a genre art auction are regular components of ConGlomeration's official activities.
ConGlomeration 2014 will be held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel in Louisville on April 11-13, 2014.
ConGlomeration is a broad-based fan convention, incorporating aspects of a gaming convention, science fiction convention and, in 2006, 2007 and 2008, a writing workshop run by Apex Magazine.
ConGlomeration is an all-volunteer non-profit organization which, as part of its convention programming, conducts charitable fundraising activities on behalf of the American Cancer Society.
ConGlomeration is an annual multigenre convention held in or around Louisville, Kentucky.
Featured ConGlomeration guests typically include at least one science fiction or fantasy author, and one sci-fi/fantasy artist. ConGlomeration 2011 featured Author Guest of Honor Peter David, Gaming Guest of Honor Andy Chambers and Artist Guest of Honor Kristin Kest. In 2010, author Michael Z. Williamson and artist Steven Belledin headlined ConGlomeration.
I went into the out-house to look about me; and the very same lobsters, crabs, and crawfish possessed by the same desire to pinch the world in general, appeared to be in the same state of conglomeration in the same old corner.
In 2008, Conglomeration hosted Walter Koenig as a featured guest. In 2007, author Ben Bova appeared alongside artist Daniel Dos Santos.
M.W. de Visser speculated that the early Japanese "tengu" may represent a conglomeration of two Chinese spirits: the "tiāngoǔ" and the fox spirits called "huli jing".
On my imparting this discovery in confidence to Peggotty, she informed me that her brother dealt in lobsters, crabs, and crawfish; and I afterwards found that a heap of these creatures, in a state of wonderful conglomeration with one another, and never leaving off pinching whatever they laid hold of, were usually to be found in a little wooden outhouse where the pots and kettles were kept.
Testifying against more liberal immigration laws in 1965, Trevor warned against "a conglomeration of racial and ethnic elements" that he said led to "a serious culture decline."
The modern state consists of a conglomeration of the historic regions of southern Rhine Province, Rheinhessen, and the Palatinate.
The site was not a palace-complex such as are found in Crete, but its excellent masonry and fine wall-paintings show that this was certainly no conglomeration of merchants' warehousing either.
These three capital cities are close enough to form a regional economic conglomeration, and LNA is the center of this amalgamation.
Ultimately this K-group, Metanoia, separated from the main CMC congregation in mid-1974 and called "the Assembly," seeing itself as a conglomeration of intimate, smaller communities.
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