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aggregate

noun agglomerate, aggregation, amount, assemblage, assembly, body, collection, conglomeration, entire number, entire quantity, entirety, gross, indissoluble entity, indivisible entity, mass, sum, sum total, total, totality, whole
Associated concepts: aggregate corporation, aggregate innome, combine

aggregate

verb accumulate, acquire, add together, agglomerate, aggroup, amass, amount to, assemble, bring together, build up, clump, cluster, collect, collect into a mass, colligate, compile, conglomerate, cumulate, gather, gather together, group, integrate, join, mass, total, unite
Associated concepts: aggregate claims
See also: accumulate, accumulation, agglomeration, amount, coadunate, collect, collection, collective, combination, compile, complex, composite, compound, comprise, concentrate, conglomerate, conglomeration, congregate, congregation, consolidate, corpus, cumulation, development, entirety, garner, gather, glean, gross, hoard, in solido, join, mass, multiple, quantity, total, totality, whole

AGGREGATE. A collection of particular persons or items, formed into one body; as a corporation aggregate, which is one formed of a number of natural persons; the union of individual charges make an aggregate charge.

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Both Barber and Rosenof contend that after 1938 Hansen's emphasis on aggregative analysis, rather than structuralist views, prevailed in most policy decisions in Roosevelt's administration.
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The text repeatedly makes the important point that all of these aggregative monetary models can be mapped into an MIUF environment but that each modeling assumption places restrictions on the form of the utility function.
Economists study the state of business confidence, or rather the mass of data collected that shapes the decision-making process of the enterprise: aggregative surveys and probability distributions help in pretending the future is predictable.
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In its daringly irregular asymmetrical plan and aggregative assembly of volumes it follows Gothic practice as advocated by Pugin and Ruskin, who found virtue in the 'savageness' and 'changefulness' of Gothic as opposed to the integrated totality and repose of a Classical scheme.
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Without an aggregative procedure like the class action," the researchers wrote, "the average recovery per class member or even the maximum recovery per class member seems unlikely to be enough to support individual actions in most, if not all, of the cases studied.
In fact, the early opponents of Pierre Louis of the Paris Clinical School, Francois Double and Risueno d'Amador, in the French Academy of Medicine in 1837 argued that the "art" of medicine would be perverted by aggregative thinking.