Loose assemblage, Other Management

Loose assemblage is assembling together of two or more of:

subjects (basic or compound)

isolate ideas (in one and the same facet, or isolate ideas in one and the same array)

Assembling is done to express one or the other of possible relations, between the components of the assembly. The result is a complex subject, or a complex isolate idea, or a complex array isolate idea, as the case may be. Loose assemblage may be of three kinds. They are : Loose Assemblage of Kind-1, Kind-2 and Kind-3.

 

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