great group

noun

Definition of great group 

: a category below the suborder and above the subgroup in the hierarchy of soil classification comprising one or more subgroups based on similarities in horizons or characteristics of moisture or temperature

called also great soil group

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Very fortunate to be adding another award in my first season playing with this great group of players! SI.com, "Liverpool Defender Dejan Lovren Takes Sly Dig at ‘Mr Touch’ Harry Kane on Instagram," 1 May 2018 This is a really great group of players that learned to work together. Tom Moor, Indianapolis Star, "Hannah Mays' monster game pushes Fishers past rival HSE," 21 May 2018 This smiling crew in Columbia proves plogging can be a great group activity. Jenny Mccoy, SELF, "What You Need to Know About ‘Plogging,’ The New Eco-Friendly Fitness Craze," 11 May 2018 This is also a great group activity at your Halloween party! Mark Addison, Seventeen, "12 Tips for Throwing a Spooky Halloween Party Your Friends Will Never Forget," 16 Oct. 2017 Still, for the sake of giving credit where credit is due, props to Ashley for bringing Daniel to a great group of drag queens for his makeover. Emily Selter, Town & Country, "Southern Charm Savannah Episode 3 Recap: The Strip Golf Scandal That Refuses to Die," 23 May 2017 O’Brien called the guild a great group of people who are really so talented. Sara Clarkson, chicagotribune.com, "Clarkson: Patchwork Pathways quilt exhibit features local art and talent," 22 Mar. 2018 Tech is a gritty, determined team led on offense by a tremendous guard, Keenan Evans, and by a great group effort on defense. Joe Sullivan, BostonGlobe.com, "A preview of Friday’s NCAA Tournament games," 22 Mar. 2018 Not everything is peaches and cream, and some days are hard, but I have been blessed to work with a great group of ladies. … The main goal of our practice as home birth midwives is to make sure that both momma and baby are healthy. Aurelie Corinthios, PEOPLE.com, "Joy-Anna Duggar's Sister Jill Was There During Difficult Labor — All About Her Midwifery Training," 21 Mar. 2018

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1960, in the meaning defined above

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