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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of gather.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Suppurating; marked by the formation of pus.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. brought together in one place
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Amaranth, a plant used for both its spinach-like leaves and for the grain gathered from the center stalk, had tremendous ritual significance for the Aztecs.
The big thing I gathered from the President's speech last night was this quote: "NO EXCUSES"
After numerous attempts, the robin gathered up a good bundle.
The following are facts gathered from the US State Department and other reliable sources:
These reports were based on information gathered from a vaccine surveillance program called the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System or VAERS.
As part of his work, Ticktin gathered 150 depositions from bank employees who say they signed foreclosure affidavits without reviewing the documents or ever laying eyes on them -- earning them the name "robo-signers."
The most important information I gathered from the report is that there is also a plan of building a barrage in Fulertal, 95km upstream of the Tipaimukh dam (India has always denied this fact).
Pickens first proposed establishing a wild horse sanctuary in 2008 after the BLM said it was considering euthanasia as a way to stem escalating costs of keeping animals gathered from the open range.
Sarah Palin gathered near the Lincoln Memorial on the anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr. 's "I Have a Dream" speech last month to urge a vast crowd to embrace traditional values.
After a final pause, Marvin gathered his strength for the last stretch.