a group of similar things or people positioned or occurring closely together
a fly that often enters buildings in large numbers during the autumn while looking for a place to overwinter
another term for guar.
a bomb that releases a number of projectiles on impact to injure or damage personnel and vehicles
a chord containing a number of closely adjacent notes
a relatively loose grouping of stars
another term for note cluster.
a geographic area with a statistically higher than average occurrence of cancer among its residents
a type of severe headache that tends to recur over a period of several weeks and in which the pain is usually limited to one side of the head
a large compact spherical star cluster, typically of old stars in the outer regions of a galaxy
an attachment to a military decoration depicting a twig with oak leaves and acorns, indicating distinguished action or a subsequent award of the same decoration
a cluster of galaxies which themselves occur as clusters
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