three wooden chairs were grouped around a dining table
Put into categories; classify
we group them into species merely as a convenience
Form a group or groups
many growers began to group together to form cooperatives
A number of people or things that are located close together or are considered or classed together
these bodies fall into four distinct groups
A number of people who work together or share certain beliefs
I now belong to my local drama group
A commercial organization consisting of several companies under common ownership
A number of musicians who play popular music together
A unit of the US Air Force, consisting of two or more squadrons
A unit of the US Army, consisting of two or more battalions
Two or more figures or objects forming a design
A set of elements occupying a column in the periodic table and having broadly similar properties arising from their similar electronic structure
A combination of atoms having a recognizable identity in a number of compounds
A set of elements, together with an associative binary operation, that contains an inverse for each element and an identity element
A stratigraphic division consisting of two or more formations
arrange into a group or groups; "Can you group these shapes together?"
any number of entities (members) considered as a unit
(chemistry) two or more atoms bound together as a single unit and forming part of a molecule
a set that is closed, associative, has an identity element and every element has an inverse
Group is a term used by different air forces for an element of military organization. The size of a group varies considerably between different countries. The terms group and wing are used differently in different air forces and this can cause confusion.
An FIA Group is a category of car allowed to compete in auto racing. The FIA Appendix J to the international motor sports code defines the various Groups.
In naming cultivated plants, a Group (formerly cultivar Group) is a formal classification category, under the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants (ICNCP): The term "Group" (with a capital G) was introduced in the 2004 ICNCP, replacing the "Cultivar-group" of the 1995 ICNCP.
In computing, the term group generally refers to a grouping of users. In principle, users may belong to none, one, or many groups (although in practice some systems place limits on this.) The primary purpose of user groups is to simplify access control to computer systems.
group is a name service database used to store group information on Unix-like operating systems.
A geological unit is a volume of rock or ice of identifiable origin and age range that is defined by the distinctive and dominant, easily mapped and recognizable petrographic, lithologic or paleontologic features (facies) that characterize it.
(groups) are collections of individuals with some sense of unity through their activities, interests or values. They are bounded: you are in a group, or not. They differ in this from networks, which are dispersed, and defined by nodes and connections. ...
(GROUPS) Discussion forums one can participate in, share ideas with, and form community. Most are free and some are open to new members. Yahoo Groups and Google Groups are both popular. Google Groups includes the former Usenet Newsgroups. ...
(Groups) A collection of users. Admin can set up groups to easily share items with a variety of users.
(GROUPS) Addicts who come together to have recovery meetings. Addicts who come together to have recovery meetings and follow the Twelve Traditions
(A. Groups) A group is structured by a direct, overarching social contract that defines members' rights, obligations, and authoritative roles. Behavior is guided and prescribed by sanction-based law-norms. ...
(GROUPS) Information on a good core of well-known groups we feel is key to being able to understand the ways in which nonviolence can work. To see how others have organized themselves may shed some light on the best ways we can organize effectively today. ...
(Groups) All AKC-recognized breeds are a member of one of seven groups: Sporting (dogs developed for the hunting of feathered game); Hound (dogs commonly used for hunting by sight or scent); Working (dogs used to pull carts, guard property, and for search and rescue work); Terrier (dogs ...
(Groups) An administrative feature to manage team communications and sharing (formerly email lists). Learn more.
(Groups) An entity type used to contain people, and are used when addressing Notes and assigning Tasks. People can be linked to more then one Group. A Person can belong to many Groups, and a Group can contain many People. ...
(Groups) Areas in Flickr where people with similar interests can share their photos with other like-minded people. Groups also have a discussion thread function for sharing ideas, tips, and more.
(Groups) Beleifnet enables you to create a virtual environment centered around a group instead of an individual. The person setting up the group can determine whether to make it wide open to many people or limited to certain people. Groups can also be private, semi-private or public. ...
(Groups) CESM allows computer groups to be created as required by the structure of the corporate organization. ...
(Groups) Destination Lofoten AS (Ltd) will gladly be of assistance to those wishing to book for larger parties. Please do not hesitate to contact us by telephone or email.
(Groups) For each FTP server instance, Titan FTP Server provides the ability to define one or more groups. Groups are a way to categorize users who share common attributes. Define a group, add users, then set various permissions & attributes that will be applied to any user in that group. ...