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gather together

1. To group together in one place or thing. Gather together in the conference room—Dave will be here in a minute.
2. To group someone or something in one place or thing. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "group" and "together." Gather the kids together in the playroom, and I'll bring in the cake. I gathered my books together and left the library.
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gather someone or something together

to assemble people or things together in one place. Gather every one together in the drawing room for a meeting. Please gather together all the suspects so that they can be questioned again. Would you gather all your papers together and put them away?
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gather together

to assemble together. We will gather together on the main deck for a meeting. Let's all gather together this evening and sing.
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Copies of We Gather Together may be purchased by sending $5.00 plus $1.00 for shipping and handling to: H.
In the solar model, the ices that form in the interstellar cloud don't initially gather together but turn to vapor as they become part of the disk of gas and dust around the young sun.
CHURCHES from across the Lichfield Diocese will gather together next year for a major conference.
If the one Spirit dwells in us, the one God and Father of all will be in us, and He, through His Son, will gather together into unity with one another and with Himself all who share in the Spirit.
LAST JUNE'S Youth Forum on Ethical Leadership saw more than 40 students from across the UK and beyond gather together at the University of London.
Typically they gather together a group of individuals whose function is to represent, interpret, pretend, or act.
Alison Jolly has described "stink fights" in which a number of animals gather together on the ground with their tails raised and "throw" odors at each other by moving around and waving their tales back and forth over their heads."
Youngsters are being encouraged to gather together to hear tales of bygone days from servants at the 17th Century house.
We need, instead, to gather together to promote opportunities," said Lenore Janis, president of Professional Women in Construction at the organization's eleventh annual event, which was held on Nov.
Through ...": (1) Address God with a title or attribute that comes from your experience; (2) list what God has done and shown through the experience; (3) add your own petitions and/or gratitude; and finally, (4) "gather your prayers together and offer them, as always, through Christ." As in: (1) "Loving God, (2) unto whom all hearts are open and all desires known, (3) please guide our hearts as we gather together on this dark winter night, (5) through Christ our Lord.
Just gather together 10 kilograms of false vacuum, then let physics do the rest."
Those interested in joining are asked to gather together groups of four family, friends or colleagues to form a team, raise pounds 200 in sponsorship and pay pounds 40 in registration.
Mary's School gym, Bathurst St., Toronto, dozens of chattering, nervous little girls in long white cotton gowns with blue sashes gather together with a smattering of boys in varied costumes.