Tailors were often called "snips", "bodkins", "thimbles", "shreds", "stitches" [ sic ], and "geese" (referring to the tailor's "goose" or iron). In William Shakespeare's plays, a tailor was variously called a "thread", a "thimble", and a "rag".
A disguising of tailors A proud showing of tailors
the name given to a group of identical cells is twins
The name given to group 7 elements in the Periodic Table are halogens.
There is no formal name given to a group of eggs. However, a group of animals, such as mammals, that lay eggs are called monotremes.
A nest is the name given to a group of snakes
The name given to group 7 elements in the Periodic table are halogens.