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1. Crowds began to congregate to hear the President's speech.
2. Young people often congregate in the main square in the evenings.
3. Most species generally congregate in groups of 6-60 individuals.
4. An obvious place for people to congregate was crossroads.
5. Insects tend to congregate on the underside of leaves.
6. Marchers were due to congregate at Market Square for an open-air meeting.
7. A few hundred metres off-shore we congregate so that Tor can explain the best way of going ashore.
8. Other animals pair for life, but never congregate into larger groupings.
9. The slugs obligingly congregate beneath the citrus dome and can be gathered for disposal.
10. On Friday evening, teenagers congregate outside the bars on Greene Street.
11. Those that drive down usually congregate around two pubs near the ground.
12. They congregate off campus before and after school and during lunch, hoping not to get busted by passing teachers and administrators.
13. The underground Catholics tend to congregate in smaller groups, meeting in private homes to take communion.
14. These days motorists congregate at petrol stations in a seemingly perpetual hunt for fuel.
15. The highbrows usually congregate there.
16. People congregate to listen me speak.
17. All the big game congregate here, and birdlife is particularly prolific.
18. Father Illtyd kept open house and the boys would congregate in his study during their recreation time, playing cards or games.sentencedict.com/congregate.html
19. There is more than one way in which animals can congregate in the dark, or in the light.
20. Canals already are fished by sneaky devils, who learn where fish congregate.
21. I try and meet the intellectual types at bookstores, but all the attractive men tend to congregate in the porno sections.
22. They multiply rapidly if ignored, however, and form an unattractive brown film wherever they congregate.
23. Is your kitchen the sort of place where family and friends congregate for chats as a matter of course.
24. Obviously this was not conclusive, L A is a pretty vital business centre, you would expect millionaires to congregate there.
25. Many insects have particular types of place where they congregate for mating.
26. It was estimated that no fewer than 30,000 people could congregate at Grand Central without serious crowding.
27. Simultaneously, he said, public places like squares, parks and plazas would be liberally placed where people could congregate.
28. We count monkeys in the trees and macaws at their clay licks where they congregate in their hundreds.
29. Various people are opposed to this scheme as it will give the youth another area to congregate and possibly cause trouble.
30. Liz was right to vanish, as the boys were right to congregate at the Maid Marian and avoid their grandmothers.
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