ITW is a conglomeration
of approximately 700 companies, and its declared strategy for 'above-average' growth centres on 'sucking up good companies and making them excellent ones'.
Sexton's persistent courting of strange adjacencies was also on show in The Michael Stickrod Experience, 2005, a bewildering conglomeration
whose materials ran to steel, glass, wood, aluminum, foam, leather, tequila, car doors, and paint, not to mention a "custom Michael Stickrod Experience T-shirt," a Discman playing Hall and Oates's "Private Eyes," and a masseuse.
ON Netz GmbH operates the largest conglomeration
of wind turbines in Europe, and Eltra is the grid-operator for Denmark, which has the greatest amount of installed wind power per person in Europe.
Their CESAR (Cockpit Electro-mechanical System Architecture) modular cockpit design treats the instrument panel as a system, not a conglomeration
of myth and Confucian wisdom within the Asian tradition has timeless implications.
grocery manager at the French Broad Food Coop in Asheville, North Carolina, believes that "the co-operative business model allows us to cater to a communal, community-oriented aspect, despite being in a day and age of total conglomeration
After the banking deregulation in 1988, the sector grew fast facilitating conglomeration
of business units utilizing public funds through banks.
What can also be seen is the obscuring effect of the conglomeration
of buildings that surround the Central Library, adding nothing to the beauty of the city.
of pottery from many parts of the Roman empire presented in this book will provide a rich reference source for archaeologists working all around the Mediterranean.
The reality of Russia is that it is actually a conglomeration
of different peoples--some of them very different from what Westerners think of as "Russian.
So the Department's task is to transform--without interrupting current business operations--an extraordinarily complex conglomeration
of business systems and processes used to run our military and civilian operations day-to-day around the world.
I HAVE often thought how interesting it would be if Cardiff Castle's conglomeration
of buildings facing west (towards Canton) were facing Duke Street and Castle Street.