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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of conglomerate.

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Examples

  • This was never supposed to happen, but so many of the large corporations have merged and 'conglomerated' their activities that we now have this situation that leaves the consumer without choice.

    Dismantling the Corporate Behemoths and Leviathans

  • I'm just one of many who think the money could be better spent on things other than going back to a dead lump of conglomerated dust.

    Pete Olson's Thoughts on NASA - NASA Watch

  • Small family farms have conglomerated into multi-million dollar agribusiness operations.

    Nick Wiseman: Wal-Mart's Coming to Town

  • When you give incentives to lots of small organisations to get conglomerated it always mean fewer number of organisations and more concentrated provisions to large cities and metropolitan areas because that's where the money is.

    The NHS is ripe for revolution | Ian Birrell

  • Libertarians don't have to assume that the power will be in libertarian hands (the way that the communists, for example, do have to assume the power they want to see centralized must stay in communist hands) because they want to see power distributed across the market and not conglomerated and always dynamic.

    Envy, Happiness, and Social Policy, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Optum's Mr. Slavitt and Lumeris Chief Executive Mike Long said that data in each of their projects will be strictly protected, and owners will need to grant permission for anyone to access even anonymized and conglomerated information.

    UnitedHealth To Launch Cloud-Based Data Platform

  • ¬†You like football and you like ketchup, but beyond that, we've been trying to figure out youmiddle Americafolks and your weird little conglomerated families for years.

    The Nielsens (part one)

  • Imagine if Anheuser-Busch (now conglomerated with the Belgian beer multinational InBev), or MillerCoors (the other player in the great American beer duopoly) were to announce they regretted making bad light lagers and that, from now on, they would do better.

    No Bottoms Up: Light Beer Sales Are Sagging

  • From the day the nominations were announced, the temptation was to cast "The Hurt Locker" as a modestly funded David to "Avatar" 's extravagant, entertainment-conglomerated Goliath.

    The Bomb Squad vs. The Blue Blockbuster

  • These same cells, when conglomerated¬† upright before her, could tie her psyche in knots in a millisecond.

    Nurse Cratchett

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