from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act of mending by the addition or joining of a piece. Specifically
- noun In textile manuf, the joining of the ends of laps, slivers, yarns, or threads to make continuous lengths or to repair breaks. Also
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- verb Present participle of
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Etc.etc. You begin piecing together all these bits of evidence that support this particular fear or obsession, and if you write all of those, and only all of those down on a piece of paper, sure, they might point to something.
Heidelberg, Meyerhof and his assistants published over 200 articles and played a central role in piecing together the complex puzzle of glycolysis - a major milestone in the study of intermediary metabolism.
Two other realities that go against the Underground Railroad Quilt Code: Sewing even ONE of those quilts required considerable expertise in piecing and cutting.
Now I'm getting the hang of points, maybe I should have some practice in piecing circles?
Frist’s sneaky last minute addition is just another clue for you to use in piecing together the total picture many of us have already seen, the one of the Bush family, the Bin Ladens, and other powerful families benefiting from the no-repercussion sale of potentially dangerous vaccine to the American people via a company owned by the Carlyle group of investors of which the Bush and Bid Laden families are heavily invested.
I had the idea of piecing together the printed tin and tracy worked from about 9pm-2am this morning playing around with the idea.
But something else you're kind of piecing together, the chatter about what and when you might hear from Mousavi.
CARNEY: No, this is pretty much -- we're all going through this, everyone who's helping out, we're kind of piecing it together as we go.
Can you just talk about, just in general, the difficulty of kind of piecing this together?
Lunching or "piecing" should never be indulged in.