cluster together

cluster together

to bunch or group together. All of the bats clustered together on the roof of the cave. The children clustered together in small groups here and there on the playground.
See also: cluster, together
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Crawford; and Edmund, Fanny, and Miss Crawford remained in a cluster together.
Managing Director, SAIF partners, Vishal Sood, said : "By getting to know these businesses that cluster together in specific neighborhoods or districts in urban areas, we believe Aye can uniquely acquire and assess customers in a low cost manner that mainstream financial institutions have so far found uneconomical.
Scientists have long-known that galaxies are not distributed randomly but cluster together.
Rubber side chains cluster together inside the adhesive layer and "hide" the adhesive s rubber properties inside an acrylic backbone.
Brandt asserted that they found that all of the African isolates cluster together, all the virus from the Far East, Korea, Japan, China clustered together, all the viruses in Europe and America, with one exception, clustered together.
The study shows that art galleries tend to cluster together in high-end neighborhoods near affluent potential buyers.
It's not surprising that fluctuations in the cosmic microwave background radiation cluster together in spots.
Bulgaria belongs to the fifth cluster together with Croatia, Latvia, Romania and Montenegro, which are followed by EU candidates: Serbia, Macedonia, Turkey, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
These galaxies formed during the earliest stages of galaxy assembly, when galaxies had just started to cluster together," said Michele Trenti of the University of Colorado at Boulder and the Institute of Astronomy at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom.
We can divide them into the solitary insects that feed alone, such as tomato hornworm, or the gregarious insects that feed together in the company of hundreds of their brethren, such as bean beetles, or those that cluster together by the thousands (aphids) or hundreds of thousands (spider mites).
This NBER Conference Report brings together a group of essays that examine the reasons why economic activity continues to cluster together despite these falling costs.
Scientists have also found that populations from the same linguistic group tend to cluster together in terms of genetic relatedness.
Skiers slide through conifer forests and around the lakes that cluster together here: Twin, Mary, George, Mamie and Horseshoe.
The words, handwritten by Sandison's seven-year-old daughter, are shaped by masses of dots that cluster together and then dissolve according to a formula derived from the algorithm generated by bacteria as they reproduce.
We put this cluster together with no direct contribution from the federal government.