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Synonyms for collect

fetch

collect yourself

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  • recover
  • pull yourself together
  • get or take a hold of yourself
  • regain your composure

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Synonyms for collect

a short prayer generally preceding the lesson in the Church of Rome or the Church of England

call for and obtain payment of

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gather or collect

payable by the recipient on delivery

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Thus, the ITFA restricts states from requiring a remote seller without nexus with the state to collect sales and use tax.
Soil researchers can collect a baseline measurement at a forest plot, then repeatedly go back for many years to increase their sample size and build their library.
There is no provision in these new rules for any sort of a de minimis amount; theoretically, a vendor with one dollar of digitized-goods sales in the EU would need to register and collect the VAT.
The protocols are determined not by academics or mathematicians but by legislators, governors, or other officials who may have no training or expertise in the field of statistics and, therefore, may pay little attention to the purpose, quantity, or nature of the data that they need to collect.
Limiting Collecting--The organization must collect only that information which is necessary for the identified purpose.
An ENT practice that has 225 encounters per week and collects an estimated $750,000 in fees spends approximately one-quarter of its income just to collect what it is owed
If we require businesses to collect from the 30,000 taxing jurisdictions, it will be impossible for businesses to do that without great expense, says Richard Barton, senior vice president for Congressional Relations for the Direct Marketing Association.
Very few Web sites--only 14%--"that collect personal information tell consumers who is collecting the information and how it will be used" (957).
Rates charged to a person accepting a collect call from an inmate are .
Collect data to show a progressive improvement in the processes; highlight the educational aspects of collecting such data.
Boomers will seek out items to collect that are tied to an idealized, or alter-ego, reflection of their own identity.
Around half of all Fortune 500 companies collect art, according to another estimate.
Is the desire to collect simply a bourgeois compulsion?
They established a consortium--Duales System Deutschland--to collect the packaging waste.