If ever there was a chance for the cluster of smaller center-left parties to coalesce around a domestic agenda, it's now.
My millennial friends have waited in line beside a cluster of Orthodox women in long dark skirts to be seen by Peggy.
A cluster of streets preserves the memory of the time in their names: Topaz Street, Diamond Street, Emerald Square.
The collateral damage from the conflict galvanized a number of nations to throw their support behind a ban on cluster bombs.
The third-most common type of primary headache, cluster headaches, has a prevalence of <1 percent.
The cluster shivered, as from hooked fore-foot to hooked hind-foot it telegraphed uneasiness.
Ere long they saw in the distance an Indian village, consisting of a cluster of thirty or forty wigwams.
Of the nests of Rooks, it may be sufficient to observe, that they are often found to the number of six, or even more in a cluster.
After a short walk, they came upon a cluster of fifty or sixty cabins.
Even less of a village is Ruan Major, whose church is seen amid a cluster of trees on the right of the road to Helston.
A file is made up of a whole number of possibly non-contiguous clusters. The cluster size is a tradeoff between space efficiency (the bigger is the cluster, the bigger is on the average the wasted space at the end of each file) and the length of the FAT.