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  • Info A cluster is a small group or bunch of something.
  • He continued this work on open clusters for the next twenty years.
  • Some of the best known species are noted for their many clusters of large flowers.
  • It is a very young open cluster as its member stars are only a few million years old.
  • Almost all of the other buildings are clustered near each other and are listed buildings.
  • Some open clusters can be difficult to make out from a rich background of stars.
  • Such clusters often are close together, but access from one to another is possible only by small boat.
  • Not all areas show the same development of these clusters, however.
  • The other direct method is the so-called moving cluster method.
  • Many are based in the large cluster of government buildings around the National Assembly building.
  • Industry soon clustered along the railroad toward the south end of Main Street.
  • This is one of three large clusters located within of the Sun.
  • These host a number of campus-like clusters of low-rise and medium-rise office buildings.
  • The fruit is quite marked, dark blue, in clusters of two or three.
  • This led to work on a cluster of other student films.
  • To date the cluster contains around thirty organizations from both the private and public sector.
  • Facilities are clustered and within easy walking distance of one another on the large park-like campus.
  • It takes its name from a cluster of rocks off the English Channel coast.
  • They may be located along a designated street, or clustered in mixed-use commercial area within the city.
  • Although often found clustered in the same area, each spider has its own web.
  • Usually the records are clustered on the same physical page as the owner.
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Meaning of cluster

  • verb Come together as in a cluster or flock
    The poets constellate in this town every summer