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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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The number of individual specimens per taxon (NISP) is another quantitative measure that in essence is simply a raw count of all of the elements and fragments within an assemblage. This measure should not be used to account for the number of associated individuals, because it may lead to considerable overestimation, particularly when fragmentation is high (Dominguez-Rodrigo 2012; Gifford-Gonzalez 2018; Grayson 1984; Kline & Crub-Urize 1984; Lyman 2018; Marshall & Pilgram 1993).
The Confederation Assemblage and the Balmer Assemblage host the high-grade gold mineralization at Great Bear Resources' Dixie Project and Pure Gold's Madsen property, respectively.
Assemblage 2 is dominated by the development of Mn-Fe carbonate + galena + sphalerite + pyrite + chalcopyrite [+ or -] arsenopyrite.
We begin this essay by outlining some of the challenges the global warming controversy poses to argumentation studies and suggesting that climate disagreements are best analyzed from a critical rhetorical perspective that reads these arguments as assemblages. In doing so, this essay draws from research about polylogues, discourse coalitions, and network analysis to develop an assemblage theory capable of analyzing how the NIPCC operates as an assemblage with networks and alliances rather than normative ideals and directives.
Elsewhere, we have suggested assemblage theory as a useful way to think through these debates (Grove and Pugh, 2015).
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.
To visually assess the long-term changes (1967-2011) in seasonal fish assemblages, historical and contemporary fish assemblage data were ordinated with nonmetric multidimensional scaling (NMS).
No evidence of taphonomic processes that could modify the composition of the original assemblage has been recognized.
Three essays, interestingly, concern what we can call "Deleuze-Japanese assemblages." Inspired by the city life in Tokyo, Joff P.
To do this it turns to the collective body or assemblage. The assemblage concept was selected because it reconfigures agency, causality and labor.
La semaine derniere, l'Institut a finalement opte pour le projet soumis par le cabinet londonien Assemblage. Las, depuis l'annonce des resultats, Assemblage dit n'avoir recu aucun appel du Parlement irakien.