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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.
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In the April 27 Cell, a team of Harvard researchers announced that an organic compound called norspermidine, found in the biofilm of a soil bacterium, works with certain amino acids to break up the gluey matrix that holds the bacterial clusters together.
In the Tamasheq-English section, entries are in root order, which keeps word clusters together but makes it harder for neophytes to look words up.
Drive will tie these clusters together to market Southeast Michigan globally as a unified high-tech region.
Single radio mesh is for small clusters, dual radio mesh interconnects clusters with larger networks and BelAir's unique multi-radio mesh operates at the core of high capacity networks and is used to aggregate multiple clusters together.
Astronomers hold that dark matter keeps each galaxy intact, holds galaxy clusters together, and originally prompted gas and dust to coalesce into galaxies.
The ExtenDB Parallel Server clusters together several PC-based "nodes" in a loosely-coupled architecture into one large virtual database.
For decades, scientists have known that the mass of the visible objects in the cosmos is far too little to account for features of the universe such as the gravitational tug that keeps galaxy clusters together.
InfiniBand does not eliminate the need for other interconnect technologies, instead, it creates a more efficient way to connect storage and communications networks and server clusters together, while delivering an I/O infrastructure that will produce the efficiency, reliability and scalability that today's data centers demand.
The only known force that can hold such clusters together is gravity, but for the gravitational forces to be strong enough, the clusters must contain an overwhelming majority of dark matter, up to nine times as much as the matter we see.
An Internet wide area strategy for scheduling, monitoring and audio production shall be incorporated in late spring of 2005 as part of the overall plan to tie the clusters together for sharing of resources and audio assets.
To perform the simulations and computational models, some of our scientists require extensive supercomputing even for a single job; and one cost-effective approach to achieving that capability is to harness several clusters together across a relatively inexpensive, very high performance local area network such as the E300 provides.