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to collect (something) bit by bit

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gather, as of natural products

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She did not know what it was all about, but she saw that Rokoff was very angry, and from bits of conversation which she could translate she gleaned that there had been further desertions while he had been absent, and that the deserters had taken the bulk of his food and ammunition.
From the women's pages of the Sunday supplements, and from the women's magazines in the free reading room two blocks away, she gleaned many idess for the preservation of her looks.
His undercover assignment becomes a nightmare when his supervisor is gleaned before Greyson can report vital information to the authorities, leaving him unprotected, on the run, and labeled an Unsavory--which means he is unable to communicate his findings to the Thunderhead.
Michael Engelhard writes about eating gourmet road kill; Michelle Nijhuis describes gleaning hospitality from Turks; Laura Hendrie realizes she has gleaned her lifes work from her fathers habits.
The gleaned items involve surplus from gardens, weather-damaged crops, late-ripening items on plants, misshapen products and items that are of non-marketable quality, size or condition.
'The Signatures of Time': binding signatures of time are fading footprints/tracking across wind blown desert floors,//newspapers whipping down cold, empty streets/split apart, become wings sailing light stingrays/swimming through wash of an emerald sea,//history is moments gleaned from unsorted stacks/holding facts, voices steamed clean as mussels/on a plat, disintegrating on worn tapes,/splintering on spools in old tape recorders,//like photos fading out in yellowing newspapers
From Slave to Superstar of the Wild West reconstructs Beckwourth's life from civil records, known historical details, and information gleaned from Beckwourth's own autobiography.
Oh, and a hell of a big carpet snake that lives in the roof." Claire's philosophy, gleaned from a pit toilet, is that "Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, wine in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming 'Woo-hoo, what a ride!'" A few photos, several boyfriends, lots of beer, a brief glossary of climbing terms, and scattered obscenities included.
Thomas, In The Arms of Elders: A Parable of Wise Leadership and Community Building is part memoir, part parable, and part fictional novel about a marooned young couple who become part of a new society organized through elders, then who must apply the wisdom they have gleaned to find their own place in life when they go home once more.
This issue of American Music Teacher highlights some of the practical and theoretical insights gleaned from the day's sessions.
Data collected from 380 random-number studies gleaned from journals, conference proceedings and reports, dissertations, and book chapters were analyzed by psychologist Holger Bosch of University Hospital Freiberg in Germany and his colleagues.
Considering developmental theories and information gleaned from previous wars is helpful in establishing best practice methods for counseling adolescents during times of current and future international conflict.
Additionally, the information gleaned from our device must be accurate and actionable without causing false positives or negatives.
In addition to the shockingly dark and funny stories, all gleaned from the authors' case files, A Woman's Guide to Revenge is filled with tips of professional expertise concerning how to spot a cheating lover, what legal steps one can take, and when to hire a private investigator.