Clustering [verb]

Definition of Clustering:

assemble, group

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Sentence/Example of Clustering:

You should sort them out in clusters as part of your on-page strategy.

The first problem is the primary reason the company started, which was to manage service meshes, and Gloo Mesh, which is based on the open-source Istio service mesh, helps developers manage their service mesh clusters.

The dopamine you receive from finding a cluster of chanterelle mushrooms in the damp woods is immense, somehow both frivolous and survivalist.

Many earlier coronavirus clusters were linked to nursing homes and crowded nightclubs.

The opposition has latched on to evidence that the most recent case of the mutant variant of Covid-19 — called cluster 5 — was identified as far back as September.

All of the known Graves’ beach plums grew in a cluster on a ridge overlooking the Connecticut shore in Groton.

There are always clusters of order, and the Ramsey numbers quantify it.

Other than a shared Google Calendar and Google Keep, there’s no bucket of common files within a cluster, and everything in each user’s Google Drive, Google Photos, and Gmail stays private to them.

As I stood in the still air and gazed out at the vast grasslands to the west, I noticed that several other groups of travelers were gathered in clusters nearby, staring awestruck at the same trick of the light.

If you really had a comprehensive program and you can look at clusters, you’d be able to get very descriptive data.