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There was a group of girls following him.
A group of her friends was waiting for her inside.
The attack was carried out by a rebel group.
Why don't you join the local drama group?
He eventually formed a religious group, the Church of Nagriamel.
He became the leader of a paramilitary group.
Companies should employ more people in the over-55 age group.
policies that should appeal to people from different ethnic and minority groups
Killer whales belong to the group known as "toothed whales."
There are worries about the safety of this group of chemicals.
We'll be put in the novice group.
Students can work individually, in pairs, or in groups.
Can you get yourselves into groups of four, please?
The boys were split into four groups.
This is the American English definition of group. View British English definition of group.
the process of giving freedom and rights to someone
… the decision to treat the rights and duties of a company as being the same as the rights and duties of its shareholdersadd a word
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