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to collect (something) bit by bit

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gather, as of natural products

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Bird species were then categorized according two behavioural groups: foraging strategy (bark foragers, flycatchers, foliage gleaners and ground foragers) and foraging stratum (intermediate + canopy, and understory) following Del Hoyo et al.
All of the machines I saw had 1926 Fordson-mounted-type Gleaners on them.
More than 300 people attended the event, which took place in a transformed Gleaners warehouse, decorated to match the evening's chic theme.
In an era of bigger farms, bigger yields and bigger machinery, the Gleaner Super Series combine defies the notion that it requires a "bigger" combine to deliver the harvesting capacity needed to mow through 200- to 300-bushel-plus yields.
The same is true of the big-skied, light-filled riverbank that hosts a copy of Millet's The Gleaners, 1857--not coincidentally, I suspect, a big-skied, light-filled painting.
Being in the Harrisburg Gleaners does not mean you cannot get a food box from God's Store House.
HAS TAKEN ITS PEMMICAN BEEF JERKY TO THE BANK--the Gleaners Community Food Bank in Taylor, Mich., that is.
Gleaners neither buy nor sell since a gleaner is someone who takes property that has been abandoned: He has customary, but not legally propertied, rights to the produce of a certain parcel of land.
Sometimes these calls come a few days before a farmer wants the gleaners to arrive.
Check out what Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan has to say about their huge savings with Office Depot!
Going green; true tales from gleaners, scavengers, and dumpster divers.
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.