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grouping

[′grüp·iŋ]
(communications)
Periodic error in the spacing of recorded lines in a facsimile system.
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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 governor said the groupings should be disbanded and those involved should refocus their energies on serving Kenyans.
Samples of Morris' designs cut from a calendar from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London are the sources of the timeless grouping of textiles in gold floating frames.
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.
One technique for converting otherwise passive activities to nonpassive is by grouping them, treating them collectively as a single activity, and thereby combining the participation hours and improving one's ability to achieve the necessary hours for material participation.
Concerning the analysis of the relationship between the different plants groupings and the edaphic factors, the PCA (Principal Components Analysis) were executed using the software ADE4.
The Council has also introduced new clauses providing that member states should approve agreements outlining the tasks and competencies of groupings (the initial proposal only referred to notification of member states), as well as all modifications to these agreements or groupings' statutes.
Some symphonic scores fall into fairly natural groupings. For example, in Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, there are three groupings present: woodwinds, brass and strings.
In this "global history" Riley shows precious little awareness of power relationships between dominant groupings in any society and the subjugated many.
* BALANCE OF POLITICAL GROUPINGS House of Representatives House of Councillors
Most activities, organized into six groupings, are presented on a single page, accompanied by lively line drawings.
Selection of cluster size and groupings of clusters should take into account staffing ratios of both aides and nurses and the type of care anticipated.
But for most districts, there's no way for teachers or administrators to organize the test data in the fall by the new school and teacher/class groupings. Because of this, test results are rarely used to customize lesson plans to meet the needs of individual students.