Boyden recreates all this on his clay stages as all the players forgather
to 'strut their stuff' at the artist's bidding.
For the French, The Family is the centre of life and they do like to forgather
I'd lie on my back on a patch of moss watching a swaying poplar's branches interlace with another's, and the tremulous leaves vibrate, and the clouds forgather
to parade zoologically overhead, and felt linked to the whole matrix, as you either do or you don't through the rest of your life.
That hardy annual -- the problem of how to persuade customers not to bring their dogs into food shops -- shows no signs of its place as a prime topic of discussion whenever traders forgather
for talk about their difficulties.
The larger-than-life characters who forgather
there are a varied crew, but all are transplanted Spaniards.