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to gather in
- Your job is to gather dead leaves in the garden.
- The tears began to gather in her eyes.
- The workers like to gather in a pub where they can let their hair down.
- Introduce uniform standards in order to gather reliable data on the judiciary.
- In order to establish and maintain a vineyard register, Member States shall gather:
- In order to gather transparency requirements in a single act it is necessary to amend it accordingly.
- To successfully resolve such situations, Member States must gather background information, establish contacts and initiate discussions in a confidential setting.
- However, some Member States shall not be required to gather or include the following information in the vineyard register:
- National regulatory authorities need to gather information from market players in order to carry out their tasks effectively.
- The methodology used by the Ofimer economic observatory to gather this information is described in the institution’s annual reports .
- In the field of animal protection in particular, it is desirable to create a database to gather, store and disseminate any information necessary.
- Additionally, the aim of the study is to gather knowledge of the numerous situations that could arise in school settings throughout Europe.
- The location of the poultry holding in proximity to wet areas, ponds, swamps, lakes, rivers or sea shores where migratory wild water birds may gather.
- To gather data and information on the activities developed and methods used in national reference laboratories and to inform the Commission thereof.
- Since BT's position in the market has changed, OFCOM no longer has the same competence as before to gather relevant market data.