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Congregate care is generally more intensive than the care that is offered in a traditional skilled nursing facility, yet it is less intrusive than care offered in a large hospital.
Since 2007, the number of kids in congregate care has dropped by 62.
The order allows officers to disperse groups of two or more people who congregate in the area covered by the ban.
The firm said: "There is no evidence to support the scurrilous suggestion that youths will congregate in the vicinity of the centre.
The prisoner alleged that officials and staff interfered with the practice of his obscure religion by destroying mail that had religious content, ignoring dietary restrictions imposed by his religion, housing members of his religion in separate living areas so that they could not congregate or discuss their beliefs, and excluding literature and videos containing his religious beliefs.
Flash mobbers forward e-mail instructions for people to congregate at a designated spot at a specified time to perform a short whimsical act--such as a quick snooze or a 15-second clapping session.
We all know expensively refurbished public spaces which fail to attract the public, as well as overcrowded marginal corners where crowds always congregate.
Female admirals do feed this way as well, however, they do not congregate like the males.
For members of the American Medical Athletic Association, the journey to Hopkinton is only slightly different than the trip taken by 15,000 runners who congregate in Boston on the third Monday of April for the running of the world's oldest marathon.
Manatees die from cold stress if water temperatures fail below 68 degrees Fahrenheit, so in winter they congregate by the hundreds to bask in the warm outflows from electric plants.
Sea lions take advantage of the sun to congregate near Heceta Head, north of Florence.
Scientists can also use the data to study trends in bird movement, and to identify areas where birds congregate so that an area can be modified to make it less of an attractant.