And that conglomerate also owns nearly 70 percent of the Rossing uranium mine in Namibia.
A major backer for one Britton Holdings investment is a Chinese conglomerate active in the energy sector.
He made a huge pile of cash—in the double-digit millions—on the sale of the privately held RLM to the Young Rubicam conglomerate.
Together they had lunch with the managing director of the Distillers Company conglomerate.
“Basically, Kimmel is just a conglomerate of all NYU services packed into one building,” Surico said.
He was Pharisaic ally thankful that he was not as that conglomerate group in the Bannister box.
And into this conglomerate of the races, Ah Chun introduced the Mongolian mixture.
This ravine runs through a system of sandstone hills, of a blueish muddy aspect, and red clayey earth, often conglomerate.
The memories of that interior faded into a conglomerate blur.
The conglomerate beds of the formation corroborate the conclusions to which the composition and structure of the sandstone point.
1570s, from Latin conglomeratus, past participle of conglomerare "to roll together," from com- "together" (see com-) + glomerare "to gather into a ball," from glomus (genitive glomeris) "a ball," from PIE root *glem-.
"large business group," 1967, from conglomerate (adj.).
1590s, from Latin conglomeratus, past participle of conglomerare (see conglomerate (adj.)). Related: Conglomerated; conglomerating.
conglomerate con·glom·er·ate (kən-glŏm'ər-ĭt)
Gathered or aggregated into a mass.
A coarse-grained sedimentary rock consisting of round rock fragments cemented together by hardened silt, clay, calcium carbonate, or a similar material. The fragments (known as clasts) have a diameter of at least 2 mm (0.08 inches), vary in composition and origin, and may include pebbles, cobbles, boulders, or fossilized seashells. Conglomerates often form through the transportation and deposition of sediments by streams, alluvial fans, and glaciers.