- v. cause to become joined or linked
- v. bring together in a common cause or emotion
“Suhrawardi sought to bring together what he be - lieved were the two authentic traditions of philosophy and wisdom in the bosom of Islamic gnosis: the tradi - tion of Greek philosophy going back to Pythagoras and the tradition of wisdom of the ancient Persian sages.”
“And in South Africa, the Thuthuzela care centres, which bring together police, health staff and legal advice, have driven up conviction rates to 89% from a national average of 7%.”
“In 2001 John Vena received a grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to bring together University at Buffalo scientists and community members to study the health impact of 858 East Ferry Street on area residents.”
“Trusting that you may help me in this way to bring together in Cambridge a more complete collection, illustrative of the natural history of mankind than exists thus far anywhere, * (* All the ethnographical collections of the Museum of Comparative Zoology have now been transferred to the Peabody Museum, where they more properly belong.)”
“We also discussed, for that matter, the Indonesian initiative to convene the Bali Democracy Forum, Learning for better Governance, that will bring together Governments in the Asia Pacific to share with one another knowledge, experiences, best practices and insights on democracy and the process of democratisation.”
“Accompanied as I am with a number of aides naturalistes, we ought to be able among us to bring together large collections, and even to add duplicates, which I can then, on my return, distribute to the European Museums, in exchange for valuable specimens.”
“Because the encyclo - paedia would result in the dissolution of the divisions of the sciences by subject, an index would be an essen - tial part of the project in order to make it possible to bring together all propositions bearing on any one subject (New Essays, Book IV, Ch. XXI).”
“John Vena informed residents that he wanted the Environment and Society Institute to partner with them to seek a grant from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences to bring together University at Buffalo scientists and community members for a five-year study on the health impact of 858 East Ferry, focusing on the prevalence of autoimmune disease.”
“The news-writers bring together this circumstance with the departure of the French ambassador from London, and the English ambassador from Paris, the manoeuvring of the French fleet just off the channel, the collecting some English vessels of war in the channel, the failure of a commercial treaty between the two countries, and a severe Arret here against English manufacturers, as foreboding war.”
“The fountains of water, whether of rivers or of springs, shall be ornamented with plantations and buildings for beauty; and let them bring together the streams in subterraneous channels, and make all things plenteous; and if there be a sacred grove or dedicated precinct in the neighbourhood, they shall conduct the water to the actual temples of the Gods, and so beautify them at all seasons of the year.”
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