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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cluster.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. growing close together but not in dense mats; -- of plants.
- adj. occurring close together in bunches or clusters.
- adj. clustered together but not coherent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Formed into a cluster; arranged or collected in clusters; in botany, applied specially to flowers and fruits regardless of the type of inflorescence.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. growing close together but not in dense mats
- adj. clustered together but not coherent
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A quick aside: the term clustered index means something different in Oracle than in SQL
And they lend themselves to being built in clustered development styles that would quickly lead to reduced driving in compact areas.
There's a huge difference between shooting an accurate arrow from the target line and shooting one at an animal over broken terrain clustered with brush, trees, and boulders.
THERE'S A HUGE DIFFERENCE between shooting an accurate arrow from the target line and shooting one at an animal over broken terrain clustered with brush, trees, and boulders.
What Slobodchikoff discovered was that the calls clustered into different groups, and each cluster had its own signature set of frequencies and tones.
Here too the gibbon calls clustered in three principal groups.
By contrast, so-called clustered collections of cable networks provide an enclosed environment that allows high-bandwidth, complex applications to thrive.
Cloud Hosting (often also referred to as clustered hosting) is a step up from the shared hosting infrastructure that is commonly used today.
When a table has a clustered index, the table is called a clustered table.
Scale out solutions, also called clustered or grid storage systems, work by providing the users with the ability to independently scale storage processing, capacity and bandwidth. have similar architectures.
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