Clustery


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Clus´ter`y


a.1.Growing in, or full of, clusters; like clusters.
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Avinash Bhaskar, an analyst at research firm Frost & Sullivan who has followed Vive Crop closely, says one of the biggest problems with pesticides is they tend to agglomerate, resulting in uneven, clustery distribution on fields.
His daughter is condemned, along with her people, to suffering and misfortune designed especially for her by cultures and religions, and decisions made in war rooms and executive offices, in celestial towers and air-conditioned deserts by Sharons and Begins, Mubaraks and Baracks, in far away capitals by men and women who vie to ensure that the next show in the skies of Gaza will be more clustery, phosphorous, and spectacular.