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Synonyms for gatherer

a person who gathers

a person who is employed to collect payments (as for rent or taxes)

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There was a high prevalence of MSDs in the neck or shoulder and distal upper limbs among artisanal fisherwomen/shellfish gatherers. This finding reveals the importance of this painful pathology for the Saubara shellfish gatherer population, which may contribute to the worsening of the workers' quality of life (37).
Under the law, a paid or volunteer signature gatherer must observe any person signing a petition.
Dr O'Keeffe said: "I suppose when you think about it, it is not terribly far away from Lough Neagh and we tend to think of these hunter gatherer settlers following the river systems and then, depending on the season, either taking fish or coming on to land to take nuts, berries, seeds or to go after wild pig."
The first agreement was signed between the firms for Aztec to be the oil gatherer for wells in Liberty County, Texas.
THEY say life begins at 40 - so perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that seasoned campaigner Mandy Gatherer is going around with an extra spring in her step these days.
but I am a compulsive information gatherer and I love to learn, so every customer that comes in here and they have a particular hobby, I get to pick their brains," says Karen Lacasse, coowner of Lacasse Fine Wood Products Inc.
Seven minutes later Mandy Gatherer increased their advantage.
Of those with experience, Rathgar Beau comes out best of those who contested the Baileys Arkle and The Gatherer looks a potential improver after putting in a clear round last time.
Edwin Harris's seascape The Mussel Gatherer, rated as one of his best pieces, could even top the pounds 100,000 mark when it goes under the hammer tomorrow.
It will become a part of Dolan's National Group, a unit that includes: Banko, producer of bankruptcy databases; Probate Finder, a national database of probate information; Identity Guardian, launched earlier this year to assist in curbing identity theft; and, Hogan Information Services, a gatherer of public records.
But first let us draw on three recent books in which this new way of exploring has raised similar questions, though not identical answers, by looking at the relationships among hunter, gatherer, pastoral, and agricultural life-paths in the Bible.
Be an information gatherer. It's the open road to discovery.