gleanings


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glean·ings

 (glē′nĭngz)
pl.n.
Things that have been collected bit by bit: the gleanings of patient scholars.

gleanings

(ˈɡliːnɪŋz)
pl n
(Agriculture) the useful remnants of a crop that can be gathered from the field after harvesting

glean•ings

(ˈgli nɪŋz)

n.pl.
things found or acquired by gleaning.
Translations

gleanings

[ˈgliːnɪŋz] NPL (fig) → fragmentos mpl recogidos

gleanings

pl (lit)Nachlese f, → aufgelesene Ähren pl; the gleanings of twenty years of studydie Ausbeute eines zwanzigjährigen Studiums; a few gleanings from the press conferenceein paar Informationen von der Pressekonferenz
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1830; The Bravo, 1831; The Heidenmauer, or the Benedictines, 1832; The Headsman, 1833; A Letter to his Countrymen, 1834; The Monikins, 1835; Sketches of Switzerland, 1836; Gleanings in Europe: 1837; (England)
As for his gleanings from such jewel-cases as were spending the Easter recess in the strong-room of my bank, without going into rhapsodies or even particulars on the point,) I may mention that they realized enough for me to join Raffles on his deferred holiday in Scotland, besides enabling him to play more regularly for Middlesex in the ensuing summer than had been the case for several seasons.
He had finished that up and handed its gleanings to the kitten and he was falling-to on the second plateful, when the plate broke in his hand
Finding time for a second reading of "The New Koreans," I began highlighting those remarkable and striking gleanings.
Other gleanings from WolffEs reporting: The president doesnEt read and instead watches a lot of TV, preferably on one of the three screens in his bedroom, where he often retires by 6:30 p.
Data seems objective, so we tend to trust it, and we may very well come to trust the gleanings from data crunching more than we do ourselves and our human colleagues and friends.
Johnson clearly has a deep affinity for the country, and his book, far from being an academic study, gets under the skin of its subject: it's packed with conversation and anecdote, the gleanings of long familiarity with the land and its people.
His sentiments were echoed by Rabbi Joshua Ratner from Connecticut: "I think this is a fantastic, modern opportunity for people of all faiths to actualize the biblical injunction to share the gleanings of our fields with those in need.
I would like the editor and consumers who may resent paying a slightly higher deposit to consider some words from Leviticus: "When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not reap to the very edges of your field, or gather the gleanings of your harvest; you shall leave them for the poor and for the stranger; I am the Lord your God.
For me, as I anxiously gleaned the precious wheat seed that spilled as we winnowed, I called to mind the story of Ruth, and the Levitical injunction to leave the gleanings and the edges of the fields for the poor and the alien.
The Gleanings for ATMs department in the October 1966 issue featured the article "An Engineering Student Builds a Mounting.
According to the historical introduction of the book Gleanings in Europe, Cooper moved into the property in 1835.