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|1.||40 A rolling stone gathers no moss.||1|
|2.||A Bangladeshi woman gathers flower garlands on a roadside stall in Dhaka.||1|
|3.||A consolidating statute is one which gathers together several Acts on one topic and re-enacts them so that all the statute law on that topic can be found in the same Act.||1|
|4.||A crowd gathers to catch a glimpse of the Olympic torch in Tiananmen Square.||1|
|5.||A frosted stage gathers red-crowned cranes, whooper swans, sika deer, and snow monkeys.||1|
|6.||A frosted stage gathers red-crowned cranes, whooper swans, sika deer, and snow monkeys. Can Japan turn an ancient reverence for its animals into modern conservation?||1|
|7.||A good football game always gathers a crowd.||1|
|8.||A huddle gathers round one street where one house was several yards behind the line of the street.||1|
|9.||A parade of ghostly torchbearers gathers on a secluded hilltop on moonless nights.||1|
|10.||A rolling stone gathers no mo.||1|
|11.||A rolling stone gathers no moss , but is gains a certain polish.||1|
|12.||A rolling stone gathers no moss, but it gain a certain polish.||1|
|13.||A rolling stone gathers no moss. ||1|
|14.||A snowball gathers as it goes on.||1|
|15.||A snowball gathers as it rolls.||1|
|16.||After an exhausting primary season, the Democratic Party gathers in Denver to anoint its presidential candidate and lambaste the Republicans.||1|
|17.||As she walks along the shore, Kruger gathers loose fishing line that has been tossed on the shore.||1|
|18.||As the heritage boom gathers pace, made-to-measure company and family biographies have become big business.||1|
|19.||As the late-flowering globalisation of the legal industry gathers pace, lawyers' appetite for the international qualifications needed to take advantage of it is growing.||1|
|20.||As the Occupy movement gathers critical strength around the globe, so the efforts to marginalise and stigmatise it grow as well.||1|
|21.||At sunrise the entire school community gathers on the Lake Michigan shoreline.||1|
|22.||Bathymetric (or sea floor terrain) data is often collected from boats using sonar to take measurements of the sea floor. The lines reflect the path of the boat as it gathers the data.||1|
|23.||Consider an automation project that gathers wellhead data and controls the plunger lift cycles.||1|
|24.||Dads creep along the baselines calling instructions as the dusk gathers in.||1|
|25.||Discreet chorales endorse the beadle, who gathers cash on a wooden plate.||1|
|26.||Don't change your job too frequently because a rolling stone gathers no moss.||1|
|27.||Due to multi-paths of wave propagating through complex media, the problem of reflector location ambiguity is often encountered in the conventional offset-domain common image gathers (CIGs).||1|
|28.||Dusk gathers about you like a coat when you climb a fence and reach a road.||1|
|29.||European and the African all widely spread abundant rock art, and it gathers the luminous spot.||1|
|30.||For instance, the protea beetle ( Trichostetha fascicularis ) gathers nectar from various species of proteas.||1|
- come together; assemble or accumulate.
- bring together and take in from scattered places or sources.
- develop a higher degree of.
- infer; understand.
- summon up (a mental or physical attribute such as one's thoughts or strength) for a purpose.
- draw and hold together (fabric or a part of a garment) by running thread through it.
- a part of a garment that is gathered or drawn in.