References in classic literature ?
The spoken word snapped the current through the cluster.
Not by a whole comb," cried the young bee who had broken the cluster.
Some bees tried the new plan for a while, and found it cost eight times more wax than the old six sided specification; and, as they never allowed a cluster to hang up and make wax in peace, real wax was scarce.
And looming vaguely below the woman of marble, livid and still like a patient phantom, held out in the night a cluster of extinguished lights.
The body of the chariot was decorated on the outside with designs in clusters of sparkling emeralds, while inside it was lined with a green and gold satin, and the cushions of the seats were of green plush embroidered in gold with a crown, underneath which was a monogram.
Along the edges of that winding path grew banks of velvet green moss, starred with clusters of pigeon berries.
But the entire range of heroic legend was open to these poets, and other clusters of epics grew up dealing particularly with the famous story of Thebes, while others dealt with the beginnings of the world and the wars of heaven.
O my soul, exuberant and heavy dost thou now stand forth, a vine with swelling udders and full clusters of brown golden grapes:--
Clusters of trees were scattered in greater profusion, and a long outline of ragged forest marked the northern boundary of the view.
There is a remnant still of last year's golden clusters of beehive-ricks rising at intervals beyond the hedgerows; and everywhere the hedgerows are studded with trees; the distant ships seem to be lifting their masts and stretching their red-brown sails close among the branches of the spreading ash.
Network performance, reliability and redundancy were vital to ensure the consistent performance of the cluster," explains Bartosz Ilkowski, head of cluster computing.
Additionally, capital expenditure should be less when adding to a cluster because customers are not buying completely new systems.