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collected

(of a horse or a horse's pace) controlled so that movement is in short restricted steps
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As China was the grand mart for the furs collected in these quarters, the Russians had the advantage over their competitors in the trade.
Inferior posts would be established in the interior, and on all the tributary streams of the Columbia, to trade with the Indians; these posts would draw their supplies from the main establishment, and bring to it the peltries they collected.
It would take on board the furs collected during the preceding year, carry them to Canton, invest the proceeds in the rich merchandise of China, and return thus freighted to New York.
Astor, on the contrary, would be able to supply his proposed establishment at the mouth of the Columbia by sea, and to ship the furs collected there directly to China, so as to undersell the Northwest Company in the great Chinese market.
The first month, when I collected Josie Harper's bill, she poured me a glass of wine.
The Reverend Professor Henslow has published a list of the plants collected by me at the Keeling Islands; and the Reverend J.
It may be said: If there is no single existent which is the source of all these "aspects," how are they collected together?
Like the different appearances of the table to a number of simultaneous observers, the different particulars that belong to one physical object are to be collected together by continuity and inherent laws of correlation, not by their supposed causal connection with an unknown assumed existent called a piece of matter, which would be a mere unnecessary metaphysical thing in itself.
Look," said the colonel, looking out of the window, "what an audience has collected to listen to you.
She went indoors, collected her music, and saying good-bye to everyone, was about to go.
I packed up my chemical instruments and the materials I had collected, resolving to finish my labours in some obscure nook in the northern highlands of Scotland.
It was here that Charles I had collected his forces.