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Along with evidence of large clusters of cases in schools, this would point to the schools themselves as being loci of covid-19 spread.

When the people of the vanished islands first moved, around 15 years ago, it was to Sagar, a bustling cluster of villages about 100 kilometers from Kolkata, the provincial capital.

Working on the pillar and cluster pages can help you both with on-page and off-page SEO as you are building your authority through relevant content.

Given these requirements, the team argues that k0s should work for virtually any use case, ranging from local development clusters to private datacenters, telco clusters and hybrid cloud solutions.

It also includes a dashboard for managing clusters and developer tools for building web assembly pieces in Gloo Extension.

The journey is relayed through 78 images clustered in white frames for an intimate feel.

The researchers examined stories in 469 local papers following suicides in both the clustered and the control group.

House Republicans clustered at the hotel seemed to have few new approaches.

However, D.C. can also be overrun with tourists, particularly as most of its well-known attractions are clustered in a small area.

Translation: Homicides are increasingly clustered in a handful of police districts today compared with 20 years ago.

Jet black ringlets—then in vogue—clustered round an exceedingly fair face, on which there dwelt the hue of robust health.

The man flushes and averts his face, as he passes a group of visitors clustered about an overseer.

At the triforium base foliated brackets support vaulting shafts of three clustered columns.

The nearest clustered column to it has also been altered, and consists of five shafts instead of three.

A luxurious meadow was found along the river, and the woods were clustered with a species of the native grape.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to clustered, such as: amassed, assorted, blended, massed, melded, and mixed.

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