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- v. To assemble from pieces.
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A rising cloud of exhaust smoke within Blickheim made him look all the harder to his front and piece together a pattern which made him certain the enemy was in retreat.
If she can, she must piece together these penciled scraps of soiled paper and make out of them, not a log-cabin quilt, but a wren's nest, cement it with love and fill it with blue and golden and speckled eggs of faith and hope, to hatch out greater love yet for us.
Back in Japan I had decided that the one person I wished to see in San Francisco was Dr Leah Ginzberg, the psychiatrist who had cared for me after the accident, in whose offices I had laboriously begun to piece together my life.
Frank Cordova sat at his desk, trying to piece together all he knew about Miranda Staunton.
But it had been exciting to discover stuff that way, to piece together a sexual self-awareness partly out of what other people said, partly from the veiled descriptions in books, partly from the shy fumblings with one another.
“Now let’s see if we can piece together the death of Mr. Edmond Rabb.”