Thesaurus / amassing


While publishers continue to invest in and test ways to amass more first- party data, they also have to stay patient as advertisers and agencies take a wait-and-see approach to the coming changes.

So left to third-parties and ad tech companies and even tech platforms who have amassed considerable profits and wealth off of using people’s data outside their expectations we will once again fail as an industry to get to solutions.

In the face of public pressure, officials have only in the last couple years begun chipping away at what they spent decades amassing.

One common technique to amass supporters was called the “follow-back,” in which a Twitter account would put out a call for followers and promise to return the favor.

By the end of 2018, Kushner Companies had amassed 21,000 apartment units.

He’d noticed clumps of rod-shaped bacteria amassed at the borders of bleached regions of corals, suggesting infection.

Meanwhile, he was amassing furniture and bric-a-brac, just as the bird bits of straw; and he implored her not to scold him.

BalzacFrederick Lawton

Moreover, he was chiefly occupied in amassing enormous wealth from his rich and numerous Church preferments.

The Spanish BrothersDeborah Alcock

On the field he occupied himself entirely in amassing fresh treasures, while his troops were neglected.

Roman MosaicsHugh Macmillan

There is a capacity for amassing facts, but no power of co-ordinating these facts.

Immortal MemoriesClement Shorter


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