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grouping

[′grüp·iŋ]
(communications)
Periodic error in the spacing of recorded lines in a facsimile system.

Grouping

Arrangement of the major architectural forms of a building; such as a main structure plus its wings, or the arrangement of elements on the facade.
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The Hubble study shows most of the globular clusters in Abell 1689 formed near the center of the galaxy grouping, which contains a deep well of dark matter.
The absence of this disclosure requirement made it easier for noncompliant taxpayers to change groupings from year to year to maximize tax effectiveness or to disregard the "appropriate economic unit" concept.
The tasks liable to be entrusted to European groupings of territorial cooperation are likewise much more tightly framed in the Council's compromise.
Tsugawa's entry brought the number of seats held by the grouping called DPJ-Independents Club to 178.
All student test scores (including all sub-skill area groupings) are arranged by new school and teacher/classroom groupings.
Keep groupings away from the house and do this only if you have a large planting area so you can cluster the groups in a natural design.
SPECIAL REPORT--An art grouping is an effective and creative way to fill a wall when you don't have a large painting to hang.
In fact, some FSC calculations start with a transactional analysis that leads to groupings for presentation on the return.
Is there some great significance to grand groupings of planets in the sky?
In addition, three groupings for conventional beds are also being introduced.
A more residential solution would be to hang groupings of paintings-each with a different theme-on the corridor walls.