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What does it mean when you dream about groups?

Groups of people, animals, or objects may represent the collective consciousness in the arena of mind and spirit.

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We shall also have two very distinct genera descended from (I) and as these latter two genera, both from continued divergence of character and from inheritance from a different parent, will differ widely from the three genera descended from (A), the two little groups of genera will form two distinct families, or even orders, according to the amount of divergent modification supposed to be represented in the diagram.
Small and broken groups and sub-groups will finally tend to disappear.
Second, the organizing of the Fighting Groups, and outside of them, of the general secret organization of the Revolution.
This group is composed principally of nine large islands, that form a band of 120 leagues N.
He first cast anchor at Botany Bay, visited the Friendly Isles, New Caledonia, then directed his course towards Santa Cruz, and put into Namouka, one of the Hapai group.
She appeared to rule the first group of girls, who were the daughters of bankers, notaries, and merchants, --all rich, but aware of the imperceptible though cutting slights which another group belonging to the aristocracy put upon them.
In this second group were several girls with exquisite figures and distinguished features, but there was little in their glance or expression that was simple and candid.
She's exceptionally good as an actress; one can see she's studied Kaulbach," said a diplomatic attache in the group round the ambassador's wife.
And having duly disposed of Anna's friend, the Princess Myakaya got up, and together with the ambassador's wife, joined the group at the table, where the conversation was dealing with the king of Prussia.
Forthwith flashes of actual flame, a bright glare leaping from one to another, sprang from the scattered group of men.
In our own case, the one group is our body (or our brain), while the other is our mind, in so far as it consists of perceptions.
Of land-birds I obtained twenty-six kinds, all peculiar to the group and found nowhere else, with the exception of one lark-like finch from North America (Dolichonyx oryzivorus), which ranges on that continent as far north as 54 degs.