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to collect (something) bit by bit

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gather, as of natural products

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Part of its popularity is its social position as the elites' mouthpiece and in its one hundred plus fifty years existence the elites' unflattering opinions on Obeah reflects in the Gleaner reports on this very African spiritual system.
More than 300 people attended the event, which took place in a transformed Gleaners warehouse, decorated to match the evening's chic theme.
Gleaners ran an advanced 100,000-square-foot facility at 1951 Bell Ave.
What she reveals is intrinsic to a larger argument she makes through The Gleaners essays about textual economies, by which I mean the relationship between the appetites and demands of readers and the products supplied by editors and writers.
For every $1 that Gleaners saves on supplies, we can provide three meals to those in need.
Going green; true tales from gleaners, scavengers, and dumpster divers.
Many of the gleaners who contributed articles to the collection are self-conscious rebels: Scavenging is a strike against a system where "the rules make no sense.
area with a 1,165-pound Preferred Angus beef donation to Second Harvest Gleaners Food Bank of West Michigan.
These species include some insect gleaners, a blood feeder, and some bats that cruise forest canopies for fruit.
Image: The Gleaners (1857) by Jean-Francois Millet, Musee d'Orsay, Paris.
2 AGNES VARDA'S CINEVARDAPHOTO (2004) Having already made the greatest New Wave film (1961's Cleo from 5 to 7), and the most potent social documentary of the millennium (The Gleaners and I [2000]), Varda culls her archives to make three short films about photography.
She is 81 years old, a widow and doesn't know what she would do for food if it weren't for the Harrisburg Harvester Gleaners.
Agnes Varda was so moved by the reaction to her 2000 docu "The Gleaners and I" that she decided to check back on some of its interviewees in "Two Years Later.
Documentary: ``The Gleaners and I''; runner-up: ``Start-up.
Into this big-stakes arena this year ambled a little film, The Gleaners and I (Les Glaneurs et La Glaneuse), which launched its national release at New York's Film Forum.