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Example sentences from the Web for consolidated
If a founder is seeking to launch a new company in a highly consolidated category one way to potentially avoid antitrust concerns later down the line is to target the higher-end, premium side of that category.A cautionary tale: What the FTC’s attempt to block P&G’s Billie acquisition means for CPG startups|Anna Hensel|December 11, 2020|Digiday
This way you can easily plan a vacation together, have a consolidated shopping list, or share holiday pics with everyone.Cloud storage is cheaper when you know how to share it|David Nield|November 3, 2020|Popular Science
Because the American manufacturing sector is more consolidated and narrower in scope than it once was, it’s also less diverse, less resilient, and less able to respond to a crisis.
During the primaries, voters experienced postponed elections, consolidated polling places, long lines, mail ballots that never reached them and long delays in counting those ballots.Politics Podcast: The U.S. Isn’t Prepared For A Pandemic Election|Galen Druke|July 24, 2020|FiveThirtyEight
The ground was fertile, with alluvial, or unconsolidated, soil.
Much less than a commercially valuable placer deposit in unconsolidated surface rocks may start a search for the mother lode.
The American railroad in its unconsolidated stage is a modern feudalism.The Grafters|Francis Lynde
The largest supplies of water are in the unconsolidated sediments.
It consists of volcanic ashes deposited on dry land, and still existing in an unconsolidated condition.The Catacombs of Rome|William Henry Withrow
This plain is thought to have been built up of unconsolidated sands, clays, and gravels, the dbris of the Jurassic mountains.Drainage Modifications and Glaciation in the Danbury Region Connecticut|Ruth Sawyer-Harvey