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vt sepzusammensammeln; informationzusammentragen; team of peopleauf- or zusammenstellen; the officer collected his men togetherder Offizier rief seine Leute zusammen
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(1) We can collect together all the happenings in one place, as is done by photography so far as light is concerned;
(2) We can collect together all the happenings, in different places, which are connected in the way that common sense regards as being due to their emanating from one object.
Thus, to return to the stars, we can collect together either--
His object was to enlist an army of workmen, and to collect together the greater part of the materials.
Oh, Lor!' And here, Noah nodded his head expressively; and curled up as much of his small red nose as muscular action could collect together, for the occasion.
How many men, think you, you could collect together to-night?"
The curse of St Withold upon these infernal porkers!'' said the swine-herd, after blowing his horn obstreperously, to collect together the scattered herd of swine, which, answering his call with notes equally melodious, made, however, no haste to remove themselves from the luxurious banquet of beech-mast and acorns on which they had fattened, or to forsake the marshy banks of the rivulet, where several of them, half plunged in mud, lay stretched at their ease, altogether regardless of the voice of their keeper.
The neighbours, very naturally, declined to believe his story, and tried me several times with all the bad money they could collect together, but I never failed to stand the test triumphantly.
His piles, or, to use the language of the country, his logging ended, with a dispatch that could only accompany his dexterity and herculean strength, the jobber would collect together his implements of labor, light the heaps of timber, and march away under the blaze of the prostrate forest, like the conqueror of some city who, having first prevailed over his adversary, applies the torch as the finishing blow to his conquest.
"He encouraged gardeners in hamlets, villages and small towns to collect together, then develop a trail.
The new section would collect together 4,000 supporters in the Stretford End in a bid to improve what has long been considered to be a flat atmosphere inside the ground on matchdays.
Lovelorn Scottish misfits collect together the three EPs they released over the past several months and combine them onto a 15-track album.