The act of collecting or bringing together.
That which is gathered, collected, or brought together
A crowd; an assembly; a congregation.
A charitable contribution; a collection.
Assembling; collecting; used for gathering or concentrating.
The process of assembling folded signatures in proper sequence in preparation for binding.
The process of assembling in their proper order the folded sections or leaves of a book.
The process of collecting natural gas flowing from numerous wells and bringing it together into pooling areas where it is received into transmission pipelines. Gathering systems are small systems of mostly low-pressure pipe that connect the numerous wells dotting producing fields to the interstate transmission system. The gas carried by gathering lines is often "wet," which means that it has not yet been treated to remove water, oxygen, carbon dioxide and other impurities. Gathering systems are typically state-regulated as they do not cross state boundaries.
When material is bunched in an area by threads that have been pulled together when stitching.
To assemble signatures of a book in the correct sequence for binding.
In bookbinding, the manner of arranging folded sheets or signatures in sequence.
A collection of sheets folded together for gluing or sewing into the binding.
Mostly another term for event, but I like to think of it as a smaller version of an event that is more modest in nature. For instance, when three or four letterboxers make an impromptu get-together some weekend to find a couple of boxes.
a group of leaves bound together
A group of folios or bifolia.
a group of persons together in one place
the social act of assembling; "they demanded the right of assembly"
sewing consisting of small folds or puckers made by pulling tight a thread in a line of stitching
a collection of images taken with rangfinder cameras
a coming together
an opportunity to share stories, thoughts, or a meal together
If fullness is needed in the fabric, it is usually cut longer and then gathered to fit. This is done by lengthening the stitch and sewing two rows close together within the seam allowance. After the sewing is done, gently pull the bobbin threads together, and the fabric will form small pleats or gathers as you pull.
Placing the sections of a book in correct order before binding
In the bindery process, gathering is the assembling of folded signatures in proper sequence.
a group of FOLIOS sewn together before binding.
The collection and processing of gas from individual wells for delivery to a pipeline system. Gas is processed to remove various solids and liquids and to odorize the gas so it is easy to detect in the event of a leak.
Assembling all the signatures in order. See also: assembling; collate; inserting.
The assembly of signatures or sheets in proper sequence.
or section, or quire - the individual group of leaves formed from folding a single printed sheet.
Collating folded signatures in consecutive order.
A group of leaves in a book cut from a single sheet after it has been folded. A gathering can also be called a signature or a quire.
To place in their correct order the sections or sheets to make up a book.
Assembling sheets of paper and signatures into their proper sequence. See also collate.
a bundle of rectangular parchment sheets, folded and stitched to form a section of a book prior to binding; also called a quire
The process of collecting and moving the sap from the maple tree to the sugarhouse.
The administrators of subject catalogs and searchable databases must not only maintain their collection of URL's, but should continue to find more Internet documents to expand their collection. The process of gathering URL's can be done manually (by serendipity and scanning the What's New lists) or by running automated software (such as Web Spiders ) which returns a list of "discovered" resources.
the operation of inserting the printed pages, sections or signatures of a book in the correct order for binding.
a folded printed sheet of leaves prior to binding; referred to as a signature after binding
The group of leaves formed in the proper order for binding from a printed sheet; whatever is held into a book by a single act of sewing. In order to avoid thickening of the spine, folios often had gatherings made up of two or more sheets. A folio with two-sheet gatherings is said to be a "folio-in-fours", i.e., a folio made up with four-leaf gatherings. A folio made up of three-sheet gatherings is termed a "folio-in-sixes". The terms quire, or signature are often used for gathering.
In binding, the assembling of folded signatures in proper sequence.
To place the sections of a book in their correct order to make up a complete book. Also collecting together single sheets for mechanical binding.
A group of sheets folded together for sewing or gluing into the binding.
A collection of pus.
Collecting the sections or sheets together in the correct sequence to make up a complete book.