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Assemblage

The combination of two or more adjoining plots of real estate into a single plot. For example, a farmer may own 10 acres. If he buys the 25 acres next to him, he may combine the two plots so that they are from then on considered a single unit. Assemblage can increase the value of the real estate such that the new plot is worth more than the sum of its parts. This can have property tax implications.

assemblage

The process of putting together the purchase,or options for the purchase,of several small parcels from multiple owners in order to create a larger parcel of land.The goal is to obtain enough land for a particular development in mind, or to conduct the assemblage as a speculative venture,in order to sell the larger parcel for more money than it cost to purchase the smaller parcels. This increase in value due to the assemblage is called plottage value.

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This latter point is key: while Deleuze and Guattarri are often celebrated as theorists of deterritorialization, or the unmooring of subjective possibilities from territorialized assemblages that constrain meaning, identity and value, this should not be taken as an unbounded terrain of pure potentiality.
Examining the individual life histories of several monks and the movement's organisational features, Okabe views the network as neither a static nor a homogeneous community, but as a dynamic and contingent assemblage within an ongoing process of sociopolitical change.
Nevelson found much of her assemblage material on the street.
We hypothesized that the seasonal fish assemblages could be modeled by water quality and habitat size.
The paleoecological analysis performed on the recorded assemblages of foraminifera, was based on the study of a total of 37 samples collected from the upper Toarcian to the middle Aalenian in both sections.
Three essays, interestingly, concern what we can call "Deleuze-Japanese assemblages.
The shape and structure of assemblages is determined by the kinds of associations that form between their elements.
Mussel species data collected by Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) from streams in the Lower Kansas River basin were used to represent native mussel assemblages in the surrounding drainage basin.
3) In the study carried out in the Southeastern of the Sao Paulo state, A2 subgenotype and assemblage B were detected in humans, A1 and F genotypes were found in cats, and C and D were observed in dog isolates.
Some of the assemblages are painted all white, some all black, and some remain neutral in color.
For the October+July samples, the second CCA axis also separated the 80- and 160-m fish assemblages (Fig.
The locality contains two distinct assemblages, both from the Fort Randall Formation, indicative of the middle Miocene.