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  • n. Plural form of gather.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of gather.


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  • "Go Bang" are all given the treatment, and you can expect many others to also get an airing when the label gathers Maurice Fulton, Bill Brewster, Yam Who?,

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  • Thinking of it as abjection of what is or was a part of one’s self is part of the reason I suspect the term gathers a lot of its meaning from its use in “literary sf” or “literary fantasy”.

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  • All of the information Winthrop gathers is publicly available but time-consuming and expensive to gather.

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  • During colonial development bacteria collectively use inherited knowledge together with causal information it gathers from the environment, including other organisms.

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  • To be “at home” in the World of Interiors, one rapidly gathers, is to bask in the privacy of your own space, serene and unabashed, while the rest of the world goes kaboom all around you.

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  • The call gathers its participants from Chicago, Boston, Silicon Valley, and New York.

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  • The meetings were not entirely musical, or so one gathers from the early minute-books, where it is stated that at each meeting one bottle of sherry was to be provided for every three members, and one bottle of madeira for every seven members, and further that politics or religion were not to be talked during meetings.

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  • [Verse 13] The word gathers up all the wealthy results of the previous reasonings.

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  • After a while the word gathers associations, and has an independent existence.


  • His name gathers much attention in the area from people of all ages eager to see Aaron Ross live, playing his unforgettable tunes.

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