Gathering

A collection of pus

gathering

  1. a group of persons together in one place
  2. the social act of assembling
  3. sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching
  4. assemble or get together
  5. collect in one place
  6. move together
  7. conclude from evidence
  8. draw fabric together and sew it tightly
  9. get people together
  10. believe to be the case
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gathering

act of collecting natural products of field or forest, such as building timber, wood fuel, nuts, herbs, bracken, mushrooms, and honey, q.v.; prescriptive right of commoners and/or customary tenants of a manor; taking of hay, oats or other corn, lambs or pigs from forest inhabitants by foresters not sanctioned by tenure, grant, or prescription (M, ...
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Gathering

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Gather • (a.) Assembling; collecting; used for gathering or concentrating. • (n.) A crowd; an assembly; a congregation. • (n.) A charitable contribution; a collection. • (n.) That which is gathered, collected, or brought together • (n.) A tumor or boil suppurated or maturated; an abscess. • ...
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Gathering

(see Section, and Quire). An individual group of leaves gathered together in the folding of the printed sheets.
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gathering

assemblage noun a group of persons together in one place
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Gathering

[bookbinding] In bookbinding, a gathering or section is a group of sheets, folded in the middle, and bound into the binding together. The gatherings can be seen by looking at the top or botton sides of the book, though cheaper modern books are perfect bound with no gatherings, gluing each sheet directly to the binding. The gatherings are se...
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Gathering

[Juggalos] Treaties explicitly extended by France to the {flag|French Southern and Antarctic Lands}. (Note that France`s treaty practice as to its dependent territories has been inconsistent over time, and that France may consider some treaties that it has ratified to be applicable to the French Southern and Antarctic Lands despite the fact...
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Gathering

[LDS Church] Gathering has been an important part of life in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), from gathering as missionaries to gathering for worship services. In the early days of the LDS Church, members were asked to gather together many times in specific locations from all over the world, including traveling ...
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Gathering

Gath'er·ing noun 1. The act of collecting or bringing together. 2. That which is gathered, collected, or brought together ; as: (a) A crowd; an assembly; a congregation. (b) A charitable contribution; a collection. (c) A tumor or boil suppurated or maturated; ...
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Gathering

a group of FOLIOS sewn together before binding.
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Gathering

A meeting of many or all clans.
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gathering

act of collecting natural products of field or forest, such as building timber, wood fuel, nuts, herbs, bracken, mushrooms, and honey, q.v.; prescriptive right of commoners and/or customary tenants of a manor; taking of hay, oats or other corn, lambs or pigs from forest inhabitants by foresters not sanctioned by tenure, grant, or prescription (M, 2...
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Gathering

an accumulation of pus
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Gathering

Assembling sheets of paper and signatures into their proper sequence; collating.
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gathering

Assembling; collecting; used for gathering or concentrating. Gathering board, a table or board on which signatures are gathered or assembled, to form a book. Gathering coal, a lighted coal left smothered in embers over night, about which kindling wood is gathered in the morning. Gathering hoop, a hoop used by coopers to draw together the ends of ba...
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Gathering

Assembly of folded signatures into correct sequence.
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Gathering

Inserting the printed pages, sections or signatures of a book in the correct order for binding.
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Gathering

One or two rows of stitching, either by hands or machine, that are drawn up to form even fullness.
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Gathering

The movement of oil or gas from a production well to the treatment facility.
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gathering

The process of collecting and moving the sap from the maple tree to the sugarhouse.
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Gathering

To place in their correct order the sections or sheets to make up a book.
Found on http://www.lithosphere.co.uk/content/glossary.htm

gathering

[n] - a group of persons together in one place
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