Then my daughter and I do some gleaning
at harvest-time, and in winter we pick up firewood.
Was not the gleaning
of the grapes of Ephraim better than the vintage of Abi-ezer?
The simple admirer of the war-horse instantly fell back to a low, gaunt, switch-tailed mare, that was unconsciously gleaning
the faded herbage of the camp nigh by; where, leaning with one elbow on the blanket that concealed an apology for a saddle, he became a spectator of the departure, while a foal was quietly making its morning repast, on the opposite side of the same animal.
The ex-Scythe candidate, Rowan, has gone rogue, gleaning
too-bloodthirsty Scythes in the guise of his new persona, the black-robed Lucifer.
The team collected PS500-worth of raspberries, blackcurrants, redcurrants, carrots, beetroot, broad beans and rhubarb in a tradition called 'gleaning
.' .' Gleaning
is an age-old European tradition from the Middle Ages where land-owners would invite the poor on to their land to gather the fruit that had been left unharvested.
THE CALL, LAST-MINUTE AND TANTALIZING, was one that could have frustrated gleaning
Cohen helps run Small Potatoes Gleaning
, a volunteer organization that provides leftover produce to people who are struggling to afford food on their own.
Few people however understand the beauty and usefulness of a true life of gleaning
and sorting through the refuse left behind by others to find food art building materials furniture and treasures of all sorts and value.
Metro area gleaning
cooperation is "putting it all together" in a four-county area of Oregon.
Trust is hard to come by when it comes to gleaning
information off the Internet, according to a recent survey of educators.
Where Pope Benedict XVI in the article uses community in the context of denouncing individualism, Father Novecosky speaks of "community" as a means of gleaning
individual power under the title "God's people."
Their cracked hands fill aprons with fistfuls of grain dropped in reckless haste by landlords and hired hands--well-fed husbands with wives who might too soon be widows gleaning
the remnant fruits of every harvest.