Former Three Lions skipper Gerrard, who won 114 international caps over 14 years, said: "Possibly, I felt like there was a couple of cliques
Yet virtually every club I've been at has had them and, funnily enough, the only dressing room where I didn't see any cliques
was at Leicester.
Ooh, those pesky foreigners, with their dressing-room cliques
workers-found that cliques
can affect workplace culture in a variety of ways.
SPLC surveys identified the cafeteria as the place where students feel social divisions and cliques
are most apparent.
A partir du reseau de conseils, vingt-quatre cliques
constituees de chercheurs qui echangent des conseils pour obtenir des ressources importantes: ce sont des cliques
m] be the number of cliques
of size m in G(n, [tau]).
I've seen plenty of cliques
at clubs during my career and believe me, the majority of lads here get on really well.
They discovered that throughout society we often form cliques
and circles of friends with common interests, such as politics, music, religion, sport or the same profession.
In the Kevin Keegan era, players split into cliques
when they joined up on international duty - but the ex-Chelsea and Newcastle boss insisted there must be no return to the bad old days of the Mancunian-Merseyside rivalry.
Conversely, if the clique
number is less than the chromatic number [omega](G) < [gamma](G) then the number of the cliques
in G must be odd number.
resemble peer groups by being natural formations, but unlike them provide largely negative experiences for members and non-members.