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gathering

(găth′ər-ĭng)
n.
A suppurated swelling; a boil or abscess.
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gather is used for the coming or bringing together of different kinds of things.
can gather in a single death, that of a Palestinian child for instance.
The Grand Prize winner will be awarded a cash prize of USD5,000 from Gather.
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.
If the QB is habitually late in his delivery, it may become necessary to change his drop to a "7 quick with a gather step" in order to time out the pattern.
The vestibule of our older churches, often narrow and purely functional, has yielded to a spacious area where the faithful gather in preparation for Mass.
A sacred circle is not a business meeting but, rather, a time for aboriginal people to gather in a, large circle to share experiences; a circle scheduled for last summer was cancelled due to a drop in funding from a cash-strapped overseas backer.