subcluster


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subcluster

(ˈsʌbˌklʌstə)
n
a group of galaxies within a cluster of galaxies
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Public health subcluster has the potential of developing a centre of excellence in robotics for clinical medicine, mitochondrial medicines, as well as the establishment of a tissue and bone bank.
The Czech Republic formed a somewhat separate subcluster which is part of the North/West European region.
A second subcluster scores moderately on the consumer decision making and participation measures and is above average on education, younger, and low on income (46% earn less than $15,000 per year).
Dorothy Reinhold is vice president and executive editor for the three-paper San Gabriel Valley group, which has a combined circulation of about 120,000 and operates as a subcluster within the larger group.
Headings interspersed in this list show the major subdivisions by cluster and subcluster, and the indentation of the heading indicates the hierarchical level of the subdivision.
After a subcluster is identified, all its objects and GD-constraints are also identified using the function DEP().
Social influence and adolescent vulnerability to HIV infection: Subcluster profiles.
The node "CMSC 412--Operating systems" was under the subcluster "Computer systems courses.