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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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With the introduction of insurance aggregators, a customer is able to find and choose insurance quotes from several insurance companies under a single electronic platform or mobile device application, instead of obtaining quotes individually, and purchase an insurance policy online from an insurance company.
This year two leading US university presses made the bold step to bypass scholarly publishing aggregators and distributors, such as EBSCO and ProQuest, and sell digital collections directly to libraries.
A tripartite contract can also be signed between the bank and subsidiary company and payment facilitator for use as an aggregator whilst maintaining all controls issued in this regard.
THE Insurance Commission (IC) has issued a circular letter enumerating the rules in line with licensing for insurance Web aggregators, adding that the issuance will enable the commission to supervise and monitor the sector.
By offering exclusive insurance rates, aggregators help to alleviate at least some of that stress.
Google reflects the technological reality of the news aggregator problem.
"Actually, the aggregator I use most is a medium that doesn't really bill itself as an aggregator: Twitter," says Keller, who is stepping down on September 6 and will write an op-ed column.
Whether our customers are building an ANT+-based sensor or an aggregator connecting that sensor to the Smartphone and PC worlds, we have the right solution to meet their needs, said Eran Sandhaus, director of marketing, wireless connectivity solutions, TI.
Some popular insurance aggregators are , , and .
The news producer must also show that the aggregator is in competition with the producer, is "free-riding" on the producer's efforts, and that its actions threaten the incentive to produce or the quality of the product.
Thirty-one percent were likely to turn to a news aggregator or portals while 30 percent said they would count on television.
There are four agents in the system: (i) a competitive large final emitter of GHGs; (ii) a group of heterogeneous farmers that can potentially produce carbon offsets; (iii) an aggregator that serves as an intermediary in the carbon offset trading market; and (iv) an industry regulator.