Cluster

A group of stylistically and chronologically similar artifacts for which adequate excavation data does not exist to allow for the classification as a phase.

cluster

[v] - come together as in a cluster or flock
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Cluster

Grouping several commercials together during one break.
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Cluster

Group of compounds which are related by structural or behavioral properties. Organizing a set of compounds into clusters is often used in assessing the diversity of those compounds, or in developing SAR (structure-activity relationship) models.
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Cluster

Group of schools with a similar socio-economic or attainment level
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Cluster

Cluster: In epidemiology, an aggregation of cases of a disease or another health-related condition, such as a cancer or birth defect, closely grouped in time and place. The number of cases in the cluster may or may not exceed the expected number. This is determined by cluster analysis, a set of statistical methods used to analyze clusters.
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Cluster

A 'cluster' is a group of schools, normally geographically close together, and is subject to an initial projection of pupil numbers.
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Cluster

Clus'ter (klŭs'tẽr) noun [ Anglo-Saxon cluster , clyster ; confer LG. kluster (also Swedish & Danish klase a cluster of grapes, Dutch klissen to be entangled?.)] 1. A number of things of the same kind growing together; a bunch. « Her deed...
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Cluster

Clus'ter intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Clustered ; present participle & verbal noun Clustering .] To grow in clusters or assemble in groups; to gather or unite in a cluster or clusters. « His sunny hair Cluster'...
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Cluster

Clus'ter transitive verb To collect into a cluster or clusters; to gather into a bunch or close body. « Not less the bee would range her cells, . . . The foxglove cluster dappled bells. Tennyson. » « Or from the forest falls the clustered snow. Thomson. ...
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cluster

constellate verb come together as in a cluster or flock; `The poets constellate in this town every summer`
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cluster

(klus´tәr) a group of similar objects, events, or other elements in close proximity. suicide cluster a group of suicides in which one seems to set off others.
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Cluster

• (n.) A number of similar things collected together or lying contiguous; a group; as, a cluster of islands. • (n.) A number of things of the same kind growing together; a bunch. • (n.) A number of individuals grouped together or collected in one place; a crowd; a mob. • (v. t.) To collect into a cluster or clusters; to gather i...
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cluster

Atoms and molecules are the smallest forms of matter typically encountered under normal conditions and are in that sense the basic building blocks of ...
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Cluster

a large group of bees hanging together, one upon another.
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Cluster

(satellite mission) Artist's concept of four Cluster II satellites in space. Credit: ESA An ESA (European Space Agency) mission involving four identical satellites – Salsa, Samba, Tango, and Rumba – which fly in formation to study the interaction between the...
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cluster

cluster, in astronomy: see star cluster; galaxy.
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Cluster

A cluster is a hair piece with a solid round base that is used to add bulk to a hairstyle, allowing for more elaborate styling, or to add a detail like a pony tail. The cluster starts life as a weft and is stitched into a circular structure for easy of use. Often has little wig clips sewn in to help attach it to the wearer’s head.
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Cluster

Cluster is the collective noun for a group of grapes.
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cluster

Type: Term Pronunciation: klŭs′ter Definitions: 1. A group of similar or identical objects occurring naturally in close proximity (as grapes) or so assembled (as beads).
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cluster

In music, the effect of playing simultaneously and without emphasis all the notes within a chosen interval. It was introduced by the US composer Henry Cowell in the piano piece The Banshee (1925), for which using a ruler on the keys is recommended. Its use in film and radio incidental music symbolizes a hallucinatory or dreaming ...
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Cluster

A "bunch" of grapes.
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Cluster

Group of compounds which are related by structural or behavioral properties. Organizing a set of compounds into clusters is often used in assessing the diversity of those compounds, or in developing SAR (structure-activity relationship) models.
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Cluster

a large group of bees hanging together, one upon another.
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Cluster

Collection of bees in colony gathered into limited area; especially during cold temperatures or after swarming.
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