An example of an aggregation relationship is the relationship between a student and a teacher. Both are very high school students in their late teens and early 20s. They both have very different backgrounds, and they both have very different goals for their future.
The student is a very high achiever. He wants to go to college, and he already has a good idea of what he wants to do. The teacher, on the other hand, is more concerned with making sure that the students study hard or something. In many ways, the difference between these two students is that they have very different goals. The student wants to go to college to help his family. The teacher wants to make sure that the students study hard for next year.
Aggregations are one of the ways that people can have very different goals for their future. For example, I have a friend who wants to work late into the night, but when he does, he spends most of the time reading. I have a friend who wants to go to college, but he works until 2 a.m., and then drinks himself into a stupor.
To an aggregator, a goal is a small thing. In the case of a student, his goal might be to attend college, but his goal for the rest of his life is to keep studying. In the case of a teacher, his goal might be to keep his students from getting drunk, but his goal for the rest of his life is to keep the students from getting tired and falling asleep.
The student model is a great example of an aggregation relationship. The students are motivated to study because they are interested in learning. The teacher is motivated to keep the students motivated because they are interested in learning. In the case of a teacher, his goal is to keep the students from falling asleep. In the case of a student, his goal is to stay awake.
An aggregate relationship is similar to a psychological attachment relationship. This type of relationship can be a good thing, but it can also be an unhealthy relationship. In an unhealthy relationship, when a person attaches to a person they are attracted to, they become dependent on them. If they are dependent on the person to stay awake, they may be unable to sleep because they aren’t able to focus.
I think this is a good example of an unhealthy relationship, where a student gets attached to a teacher and becomes so attached that they become dependent on the teacher to stay awake. It is similar to the way an alcoholic can become dependent on alcohol and then become dependent on the drink.
When someone becomes dependent on another person, we often think of it as dependency of one person on another. This is the same as the way an alcoholic can become dependent on alcohol and then become dependent on the drink. This is when we come across the word “alcoholism”.
This is another case of an aggregation relationship. An alcoholic is a person who can’t stop drinking. He’s just in an endless loop of drinking. Someone who becomes dependent on another person is someone who becomes dependent on that person to stay awake. An alcoholic can become dependent on another drink, but only someone else can become dependent on that drink.
This is a case of an aggregation relationship. An alcoholic is a person who cant stop drinking, and becomes dependent on the drink. But then that person becomes dependent on an alcoholic to stay awake. I know you can see where this is going, but hopefully it will make you think about the different types of “relationships” you have with other people.