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- v. to collect (leaves etc.) into a pile by using a rake
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- v. bring to light
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Fifteen legions and whatever cavalry you can rake up in Galatia should see you able to hold your own against Labienus and Pacorus.
What if, wondered Ventidius, he was to rake up every slinger the East had, and train them to lob their missiles at the horse archers?
Page 178 could do, I couldn't do more than jist rake up money enough to pay for what little schoolin 'I could give him, since he's been to you.