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Partly afraid of the Republicans, and partly afraid of the conglomerates (they seek campaign contributions from Citibank too).
They have been fighting back, putting pressure on conglomerates like Cargill to harvest oil palms sustainably.
International conglomerates are running into a major problem.
Which might mean a lot more Indian outsourcing conglomerates will be insourcing in places like Texas.
One or two are elaborate conglomerates of speakers tied down to a cart, or a bike trailer.
He could easily muster fifty of these, known as "Mosby's Conglomerates," for any expedition.
The granitic conglomerates appear quite conclusive, one would think, of the results of fusion.
At many places also gray feldspathic sandstones and basal conglomerates appear.
Civilization has been threatened in the past by such monstrous conglomerates of heterogeneous nations.German Problems and Personalities|Charles Sarolea
One evidence of this is the presence of abundant conglomerates composed of great boulders.Climatic Changes|Ellsworth Huntington