conglomerative

conglomerative

(kənˈɡlɒmərətɪv)
adj
of, relating to, or resembling a conglomerate
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In returning to the notion of ontological rupture, the Spanish understandings of sovereignty and statehood were more assimilationist, the Araucanian understanding was more conglomerative and survivalist.
A single composite is a single aggregation of variables that are used in an index, whereas a complementary composite is comprised of two separate indices: a conglomerative index and a deprivational index.
You rarely see the conglomerative banner of St George, St Patrick and St Andrew, that the Union flag is, being flown in Wales either.
Two more of the nations large real estate services companies have signed a letter of intent to merge, further intensifying the competitive and conglomerative nature of the global real estate business.