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A Group is a Belgian avantgarde pop band. The group was formed by Peter Vermeersch and Pierre Vervloesem after the demise of X-Legged Sally. A Group mainly plays mutated covers of familiar pop songs. Peter Vermeersch once compared the way of working to taking apart a clock to see how it works, and then putting it back together again. The sound of A Group is a mix between cabaret, jazz and rock.

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  1. A Group a.k.a. Nubian A-Group: A-Group is the designation for a distinct culture that arose between the First and Second Cataracts of the Nile in Nubia from c. 3800 BC until c. 2800 BC, time of the Egyptian 2nd dynasty. The A-Group settled on very poor land with scarce natural resources, yet they became the first Nubians to develop agriculture. This culture was one of the two important "kingdoms" in Lower Nubia. Artifacts from this culture were first discovered in 1907 by Egyptologist George A. Reisner.
    • also known as A-group
  2. A Group a.k.a. A-group: In mathematics, in the area of abstract algebra known as group theory, an A-group is a type of group that is similar to abelian groups. The groups were first studied in the 1940s by Philip Hall, and are still studied today. A great deal is known about their structure.

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Google previewComplex Analysis (2013)

by Dennis G. Zill, Patrick D. Shanahan

A group is an algebraic structure that occurs in many areas of mathematics. A group is a set G together with a special type of function ∗ from G × G to G. The function ∗ is called a binary operation on G, and it is customary to use the notation a ...

Google previewComputational Complexity (2009)

A Modern Approach by Sanjeev Arora, Boaz Barak

Groups A group is an abstraction that captures some properties of...

Google previewApplied Group Theory (2014)

For Physicists and Chemists by George H. Duffey

associatativity, is called a group. The order ...

Google previewThe Theory of Groups (2013)

by Hans J. Zassenhaus

DEFINITION: A group is a set in which an operation called multiplication is defined under which there corresponds to each ordered pair x, y of elements of the set a unique third element z of the set. z is called the product ofthe factorsxand y, ...

Google previewThe Theory of the Design of Experiments (2000)

by D.R. Cox, Nancy Reid

Definition A group is a set G of elements {a, b, ...} and a rule of combination such that ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (2009)

by John M Levine, Michael A. Hogg

Across academic disciplines, researchers as well as practitioners who work with and in groups have investigated the conditions under which group members commit to a group, its work, and its values and the ways in which identifying with a ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Business and Management (2016)

by Jonathan Law

group relief usually a group of employees or the members of a particular club or association. Often a single policy is issued and premiums are deducted from salaries or club membership fees. In return for an agreement that all employees ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Law (2015)

by Jonathan Law

For tax purposes, two or more companies constitute a group where one company holds more than 50% of the shares in the other company. Ownership must be beneficial. The test is usually applied to the voting share capital only. Where there ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Environment and Conservation (2013)

by Chris Park, Michael Allaby

A group that has replaced the *Group of 7, by also including the * European Union and Russia (which does not participate in all events). It holds an annual economic and political summit (the G8 Summit), comprising heads of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1889) by Eminent Writers, English and Foreign (1880)

With Illustrations and Woodcuts by Sir George Grove

The Clivis, ClinU, or FUxa, indicated a group ef two notes, of which the second was the lowest. This, also, varied very much in form. 5. The Scandicut denoted a group of three ascending notes. 6. The Climdcws denoted three notes, descending ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Applied Physics (1922)

by Richard Glazebrook

Amongst a group of uniform waves, each particle retains its energy of motion, but its potential energy depends upon its position. When a particle is to the rear of its mean position, it is always acquiring potential energy as it rises to the crest, and ...

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The greater the loyalty of a group toward the group, the greater is the motivation among the members to achieve the goals of the group, and the greater the probability that the group will achieve its goals. (Rensis Likert)
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