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gather

[′gath·ər]
(graphic arts)
In bookbinding, to arrange in sequence the folded sheets or signatures of a book.
(mining engineering)
To assemble loaded cars from several production points and deliver them to main haulage for transport to the surface or pit bottom.
To drive a heading through disturbed or faulty ground so as to meet the seam of coal at a convenient level or point on the opposite side.

fullness

A measure of the amount of gather of a drape or curtain covering an opening; expressed as a percent by which the total area of the drape exceeds the area of the opening. For example, 100% fullness indicates that the drape is 100% wider than the width of the opening.
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from Harvard Medical School, will participate in the first Harvard Health Live Gather chat today, October 28th from 8-9 PM EDT in Gather's Health Essential Group (health.
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The birthday of the church is Pentecost, a least that celebrates that people from all sorts of places speaking every kind of language would be able to gather together.
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BOSTON -- Gather, the leader in participatory, performance-based media, today announced new ways for Gather members to earn money online.
The Gather Invite-a-thon will commence Tuesday, August 5 and will conclude on Friday, August 15.
The investigation, ordered by the City Council, interviewed 17 people about the allegations by Valley VOTE and concluded ``it is clear from this investigation that the actions taken were the result of a misunderstanding by (expo) staff about the ability of petitioners to gather signatures at a public event.
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Today social networking grows up," said Gather CEO and founder Tom Gerace.
But in spite of all the travel headaches and cancellations, the network managed to gather for what one Canadian called a "hopeful meeting" where participants exchanged ideas about ministry training and initiatives to retain and blend indigenous languages and cultures with church practices.