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- v. Present participle of clump.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The process of curling the hair in clumps.
- n. The forming of a clump or cluster of bacteria; agglutination of bacteria.
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- n. the sound of a horse's hoofs hitting on a hard surface
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Another option to avoid clumping is to avoid adding fragrance directly to the dry powders altogether.
Another option to cut down on fragrance clumping is to spritz the fragrance onto your dry powders with a very fine mist spritzer.
I dislike the idea of clumping poems together under a theme : “poems on motherhood,” for example.
• Decreases platelet "clumping" in our blood vessels
Or, maybe there are specific situations where "clumping" is and is not acceptable.
I considered changing one of them because I wanted to include Hitchin' a ride by Greenday but Hubby pointed out that 3 Gwen S. songs in a list of 20 is "clumping" and shows true randomness...
This blog is related to Benefits of Clumping Cat Litter that Because of the unique water absorption, swelling, and odor controlling characteristics of bentonite, it is ideal for use in "clumping" types of cat litters.
Africa's international debt was well structured with no "clumping" of repayment dates or maturities of portions of the debt.
Fraser: If we know that this kind of clumping is happening - the two seem to go hand in hand - does this allow you to throw out any existing theories for what this dark matter might be?
This "clumping" can occur, by turns, in a racially homogenous environment (e.g. Norway) or a racially heterogeneous environment (e.g. New York, SoCal).