A small group that serves as the primary peer group. go to glossary index
an exclusive circle of people with a common purpose
a group of individuals held together by a common interest
a group of individuals (thus the I) with their own agenda and standards that are rarely based on performance
a group of nodes that share access to the same disk arrays
a group of people for the same intent, or purpose
a group of people unfriendly to newcomers and outsiders
a group of people who band together and exclude membership or even human recognition to other people, usually for personal profit or protection
a group of people who come together as a separate group and refuse to accept others in their fellowship
a group of players that you set up
a group of sites that meet certain criteria
an exclusive social group formed bet
an exclusive social group formed between a few people who share a common interest
an exclusive sub group
an informal and restricted social group formed by a number of people who share common interests - formal social groups are referred to as societies or organisations
a small exclusive group of friends, iv a group that is closed off from other types of people and is selective about the types of people with whom it associates
a small, exclusive group of people (emphasis on the word exclusive)
a small exclusive group with a common purpose
a small group of friends that is very picky about who can and cannot be a part of the group
a small narrow group that is exclusive
a select group of people.
A small group of people who are all tied to one another. Usually used with the implication that this small group is located within a larger group.
A group of people that will not have sex and/or party with you
Peer group of five to ten children who frequently interact together.
The Clique (sometimes spelled as Kliq) was a backstage group in the World Wrestling Federation of the mid-1990s, which some claim held virtually all booking power (the power to make matches and determine storylines), and were accused of refusing to put over (elevate, usually by losing a match) anyone outside the group.