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reaggregation

(ˌriːæɡrɪˈɡeɪʃən)
n
the act or process of reaggregrating something
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Turner has observed that Van Gennep's concept of The Rites of Passage includes three phases: "separation, margin (or limen=threshold), and reaggregation" (Turner, On the Edge 158).
Furthermore, high temperatures also resulted in faster thermal motion of nano-Ag/Ti[O.sub.2] particles and increased their probability of collision, contributing to the reaggregation of nanoparticles.
Experiments especially with Hydra and Nematostella have documented extreme regeneration capabilities in polyps, including dissociation of the polyps followed by cell reaggregation into viable new individuals (Noda, 1971; Gierer et al., 1972; Black and Riley.
Both perspectives were accompanied by respective third-party services that allowed users to further act on their specific interpretation by enabling either the extraction of "favorited" tweets into bookmarking software or the reaggregation of favorites into popularity rankings, as in the case of Favstar--even though the new like button is considered to partly disambiguate this freedom.
Depends on 5000-10,000# reaggregation method 1-105 (static)# <0.1 7.0-7.4 30-37 Process 0.2 n.d.
However, above this volume ratio, the MWCNTs reaggregation appears with increasing TX100.
Reaggregation of these series uses either revised all-employee [series] or production and nonsupervisory-employee series, which serve as weights in the calculations.
In the final phase, which Turner calls reaggregation (or reincorporation), the passage is complete and the ritual subject again finds herself in a state of relative stability and structure (1969, 94).
Rites of passage (ROP), as discussed by Turner, encompass three general phases: separation, limen, and reaggregation. (104) The liminal stage, one in which the subjects in question are transforming from one defined entity to another, is a key element in the ROP.
The subspace compression technique is based on the reaggregation of the [n.sub.doms] (number of subdomains) aggregated (coarse) components into [n.sub.aggs] (number of aggregates).
Movement and reaggregation of the blacklip abalone, Haliotis rubra Leach, after fishing.
Without rites of reaggregation, in which the initiand assumes his new place in the social structure, the liminal phase lacks all purpose, meaning, or justification....