: ux|en|Suzanne collected all the papers she had laid out.
: ux|en|A bank collects a monthly payment on a clients new car loan. A mortgage company collects a monthly payment on a house.
: ux|en|John Henry collects stamps.
*: the riot is so great that it is very difficult to collect what is being said.
*: ... which sequence, I conceive, is very ill collected.
: ux|en|He had a lot of trouble collecting on that bet he made.
: ux|en|The rain collected in puddles.
: ux|en|I dont think he collects as much as hoards.
*: Whence some collect that the former word imports a plurality of persons.
: It was to be a collect delivery, but no-one was available to pay.
: I had to call collect.
: He used the days collect as the basis of his sermon.
: The editor composed a historical journal from many individual letters.
: Try to compose your thoughts.
*: Zeal ought to be composed of the highest degrees of all pious affection.
: A church is composed of its members.
*: A few useful things ... compose their intellectual possessions.
: The orator composed his speech over the week prior.
: Nine numbered symphonies, including the Fifth, were composed by Beethoven.
: Its difficult to compose without absolute silence.
*: Let me compose / Something in verse as well as prose.
*: the genius that composed such works as the "Standard" and "Last Supper"
: The defendant couldnt compose herself and was found in contempt.
*: Compose thy mind; / Nor frauds are here contrived, nor force designed.
*: By trying his best to compose matters with the mullahs, he had sincerely shown that he did not seek a violent collision ...
*: In a peaceful grave my corpse compose.
*: How in safety best we may / Compose our present evils.
: If you try to put together the model kit yourself, be very careful not to break any of the pieces.
: Well need to put together a plan if we want to get this project finished.
: Alaska has more land than Texas and Oklahoma put together.
: Although she grew up in the project, Shaniqua is put together, working two jobs to support her kids and pay her bills.
: Im having difficulty getting up the stairs.
: I didnt get up until midday.
: Get up off the couch and clean this mess!
: As dusk fell a storm got up.
: The general got up a large body of men.
: The locomotive got up a good head of steam.
: I could see that he was getting up a temper.
: He got up me about the mess I made in the kitchen.
*: Back in January 1989, as soon as Rod got up me that night, I knew he rated me, cared about what I did and how I performed. I felt I?d climbed a big step up the credibility ladder.
*: Alan, silver-haired and full of Aussie wit, tells me how his favourite cousin got up him recently, ‘Of course, you get yourself into these situations if you?re always trying to be the hero.’ That really annoyed him.
*: Well, Beaver said at last. Somethin?s got up him. Like you said—people have regrets.
: She was all got up in the most ridiculous frilly dress.
: Samuel Johnson compiled one of the most influential dictionaries of the English language.
*: Before that Merlin dyde, he did intend / A brasen wall in compas to compyle / About Cairmardin [...].
: After I compile this program Ill run it and see if it works.
: There must be an error in my source code because it wont compile.
*: Which these six books compile.
: rfquotek|Sir W. Temple
*: ...programming team managers assumed the "improved programs" produced through structured programming would not require as many compiles during development.
*: Any file with an error or warning on it will be added to this smart group until the next compile.
: He assembled the model ship.
: The parents assembled in the school hall.
*: Thither he assembled all his train.
*: All the men of Israel assembled themselves.
: Ive been gathering ideas from the people I work with.
: She bent down to gather the reluctant cat from beneath the chair.
: We went to gather some blackberries from the nearby lane.
: Over the years hed gathered a considerable collection of mugs.
: People gathered round as he began to tell his story.
*: Tears from the depth of some divine despair / Rise in the heart, and gather to the eyes.
*: Their snowball did not gather as it went.
: She gathered the shawl about her as she stepped into the cold.
: A gown should be gathered around the top so that it will remain shaped.
: Be careful not to stretch or gather your knitting.
: If you want to emphasise the shape, it is possible to gather the waistline.
: to gather the slack of a rope
: From his silence, I gathered that things had not gone well.
: I gather from Aunty May that you had a good day at the match.
: Salt water can help boils to gather and then burst.
*: He gathers ground upon her in the chase.
*: She seems to hear the Repetition of his Mens Names with Admiration; and waits only to answer him with as false a Muster of Lovers.
*: Of the temporal grandees of the realm, and of their wives and daughters, the muster was great and splendid.
*: The figures from 1788 to 1825 inclusive, as already mentioned, are based on the musters taken in those years; those for subsequent years are based upon estimates made on the basis of Census results and the annual....
*: Come, let vs take a muster speedily: / Doomesday is neere; dye all, dye merrily.
*: And after long being there, I light, and walked to the place where the King, Duke &c., did stand to see the horse and foot march by and discharge their guns, to show a French Marquisse (for whom this muster was caused) the goodness of our firemen ...
*: The muster was thirty thousands of men.
*: Ye publish the musters of your own bands, and proclaim them to amount of thousands.
*: McGuire took the two of them out to Kidmans Bore on the Sylvester River where about two dozen stockmen from different stations had gathered to tend the muster along the edge of the Simpson Desert.
*: Thus all things being condignely ordered, will an ill favoured impatiencie he waited, until the next morning he might make a muster of him selfe in the Iland [...].
*: And when you find your womens favour fail, / Tis ten to one youll know yourself, and seek me, / Upon a better muster of your manners.
*: With the help of some low-end boosting, Dinklage musters a decent amount of kid-appropriate menace—although he never does explain his gift for finding chunks of ice shaped like pirate ships—but Romano and Leary mainly sound bored, droning through their lines as if they’re simultaneously texting the contractors building the additions on their houses funded by their fat sequel paychecks.
: Round up the usual suspects.
: The total is $24,995 — lets round up to $25,000.