cluster together

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cluster together

To gather or bunch together. The kids clustered together to watch the clown make balloon animals. Why are all of our nicest Christmas ornaments clustered together on one side of the tree?
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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
References in classic literature ?
Crawford; and Edmund, Fanny, and Miss Crawford remained in a cluster together.
They usually cluster around window frames and they cluster together to gather heat and hibernate in winter months.
Pest control advisors say the ladybirds cluster together to gather heat, but they are not harmful to humans.
Subject of procurement is a Compute Cluster together with a parallel scratch file system for scientific working groups of the Technical University of Ilmenau.
Presenting their study at the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences journal, the physicists further expounded that electrorheology bombards solid cocoa particles to cluster together in chains, therefore breaking the particles' symmetry and reducing both the viscosity and amount of melted fat in the chocolate.
It contains nanoscale fragments --50,000 times thinner than a human hair and comprised of six amino acids--that are believed to cluster together to attack bacterial cells, punching holes through their membranes.
The pits tend to cluster together in small groups, and they range from 50 to 310 meters (160 to 1,020 feet) wide.
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.
We 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," he says.
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.
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).