Definition of Reaggregate
1. aggregate [v -GATED, -GATING, -GATES] - See also: aggregate
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Literary usage of Reaggregate
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reviews in Environmental Health (1998): Toxicological Defense Mechanics edited by Gary E. R. Hook, George W. Lucier (2000)
"Suspension and reaggregate Cultures. reaggregate cultures have great utility for examining biochemical end points where a large cell population is needed. ..."
2. Meta-Analysis of Drug Abuse Prevention Programs edited by William J. Bukoski (1998)
"... size information, then it is easier for the meta-analyst to make less biased decisions about how to reaggregate studies into subgroups for analysis. ..."
3. The Bicentennial Census: New Directions for Methodology in 1990 by Constance Forbes Citro, Michael L. Cohen (1985)
"... counts to reaggregate the data into other kinds of areas such as school districts or police precincts, implies the need to incorporate any estimation or ..."
4. The American and English Encyclopedia of Law by John Houston Merrill, Charles Frederic Williams, Thomas Johnson Michie, David Shephard Garland (1890)
"131, § i<5; held, it is error in a subsequent decree, entered in the same cause several years thereafter, to reaggregate such debt by calculating interest ..."
5. Virginia Reports: Jefferson--33 Grattan, 1730-1880 by Thomas Johnson Michie, Thomas Jefferson, Peachy Ridgway Grattan (1901)
"it was held that, where this had been done, it was error in a subsequent decree to reaggregate the debt by calculating interest to the date of the ..."
6. The Silver Bromide Grain of Photographic Emulsions by Adrian Peter Herman Trivelli, Samuel Edward Sheppard (1921)
"... the finer-grained emulsions react, or rather reaggregate, more rapidly on fuming with ammonia than the coarser-grained ones. Their sensibility in the ..."
7. The Silver Bromide Grain of Photographic Emulsions by Adrian Peter Herman Trivelli, Samuel Edward Sheppard (1921)
"Taken by and large, however, the results showed that the finer-grained emulsions react, or rather reaggregate, more rapidly on fuming with ammonia than the ..."
8. Library of Mesmerism and Psychology by William Fishbough, John B. Newman, John Bovee Dods, Joseph W. Haddock (1874)
"... would be again thrown outward by the resultant centrifugal force, and would reaggregate themselves at their original distance, and the planet would ..."