draw together


  • WordNet 3.6
    • v draw together bring together in a common cause or emotion "The death of their child had drawn them together"
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  • Pierre Teilhard De Chardin
    “Love is the affinity which links and draws together the elements of the world... Love, in fact, is the agent of universal synthesis.”


In literature:

These hatch into caterpillars which form nests for themselves by drawing the leaves together.
"Studies of Trees" by Jacob Joshua Levison
He is blessing them and drawing them together and forgiving, all in one.
"Barbara's Heritage" by Deristhe L. Hoyt
And this truth, thus permanently secured, was to draw all together into one body.
"The Purpose of the Papacy" by John S. Vaughan
At the drawing-room door Field paused and they entered together.
"The Odds" by Ethel M. Dell
Ian set down his wine-glass, made a movement of drawing together, of determination.
"Foes" by Mary Johnston
It was not an uncommon sight in Germany to see a woman and a large dog harnessed together drawing a milk cart.
"History of the American Negro in the Great World War" by W. Allison Sweeney
But as it is, they seem to draw together like post-horses.
"Life of Lord Byron, With His Letters And Journals, Vol. 5 (of 6)" by (Lord Byron) George Gordon Byron
I wish I had known that England's influence was not used in drawing together those two powers.
"The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Volume II" by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Before drawing together the curtains of her bed-room windows, Sylvia Bailey stood for some minutes looking out into the warm moonlit night.
"The Chink in the Armour" by Marie Belloc Lowndes
Standing on deck, I watched the lights of Levis and Quebec draw together as we steamed eastward.
"Jacqueline of Golden River" by H. M. Egbert
They were all gathered together in the large drawing-room after luncheon.
"Elster's Folly" by Mrs. Henry Wood
In Mexico, again, where the twin ranges draw closer together, desert conditions once more supervene.
"Falling in Love" by Grant Allen
The mere scholarship of the two men would at once draw them together.
"Samuel Rutherford and some of his correspondents" by Alexander Whyte
When dinner was over and the women were herded together in the drawing-room, Brigit sat down and took up a book.
"The Halo" by Bettina von Hutten
Describe the economic forces which were drawing the East and the West together.
"History of the United States" by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
Draw (together) = kuntiri.
"English-Esperanto Dictionary" by John Charles O'Connor and Charles Frederic Hayes
Mr. Anderson joined his wife in the drawing-room and they went to the dining-room together.
"Indian Ghost Stories" by S. Mukerji
The power that draws kindred souls together is not limited to the few years of earth-life.
"Added Upon" by Nephi Anderson
At any rate, Mr. Fogo and his card entered the Goodwyn-Sandys' drawing-room together.
"The Astonishing History of Troy Town" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
The smallness of their number did not operate to draw them more closely together, as might have been supposed.
"The Mayor of Warwick" by Herbert M. Hopkins

In poetry:

Fair towns with turrets high,
And shining roofs of gold,
That vanish as he draws nigh,
Like mists together rolled —
"Fata Morgana. (Birds Of Passage. Flight The Third)" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
--O my dear love and true!
What could I do for you
But under my mantle draw you?
For the bullets like hail
Fall thick on your trail,
And together we both may be slaughtered.
"Eamonn An Chnuic" by Thomas MacDonagh
In a word, to sum up all his talents together,
His heart is of lead, and his brain is of feather:
Yet, if he has sense but to balance a straw,
He will sure take a hint from the picture I draw.
""From the man whom I love, though my heart I disguise,"" by Tobias Smollett
Draw up the papers, lawyer, and make 'em good and stout;
For things at home are crossways, and Betsey and I are out.
We, who have worked together so long as man and wife,
Must pull in single harness for the rest of our nat'ral life.
"Betsey And I Are Out" by William McKendree Carleton

In news:

In death, King Hussein was able to do once more what he often did while living -- draw together divided men.
Although entangled may sound negative, entanglement in this case is an extremely strong positive force that draws people together.
Liz Moore draws together two unlikely characters in Heft , a sweet, sad, hopeful, quirky and heartfelt novel.
In Bravicea, Moldova , an odd thing draws Peace Corps worker Erik Heinonen together with the children: a Frisbee.
Lodge members meet every Wednesday night and make art together, often working on each other's drawings.
And a man capable, through his own warm and generous spirit, of drawing together each year an entire splintered industry, competitors, rivals and friends alike, to play golf and raise money for charity.
Annual Road March draws troops, veterans together.
Bill Jurens and Dr Eric Grove have been hard at it today, drawing together their conclusions about what they saw as we filmed the wreck of ' Bismarck '.
' Bucket list' draws band together.
Annual Road March draws troops, veterans together.
The Southside Pie and Wassail Festival aimed to bring together the community, local farmers and businesses for an old-fashioned gathering, while drawing visitors to a less-developed part of Fort Worth’s flourishing south side.
Gig Harbor resident Jane Hansen draws her siblings together for an appearance on the syndicated game show , Family Feud.
When they're not making wine, Napa greats Carl Doumani, Bill Harlan, Francis Ford Coppola and Pat Kuleto get together to compete in fierce games of five card draw.
And now the sex scandal that draws them together.
This morning we held the final drawing for the $5000 Holiday Shopping Spree 92 qualifiers came together at Crossroads Center Mall just outside JC Penney.

In science:

We attempt to draw these data together in combination with our high resolution radio mapping to provide a coherent physical picture of the galaxy.
The Aligned z ~ 1 Radio Galaxy 3C 280
Putting all the results together we draw a phase diagram of the present model in Fig. 11.
Uniform Magnetic Order in a Ferromagnetic-Antiferromagnetic Random Alternating Quantum Spin Chain
Right: Schematic drawing of the encounter together with the definitions of the various times used in the text.
Towards a semiclassical justification of the `effective random matrix theory' for transport through ballistic chaotic quantum dots
In order to verify that our result is consistent with that of Norris et al. (2000), we used the observed sample of lags τlag together with redshifts for 37 pre-Swift GRBs and the bootstrap method to randomly draw surrogate data.
Statistical analysis of BATSE gamma-ray bursts: Self-similarity and the Amati-relation
In this case, the ghost state and the physical states have to be fitted together before drawing any conclusion 16 .
A Review of Pentaquark Calculations on the Lattice
Taking together all of the above results, it is possible to draw the (zerotemperature) phase diagram generated by the variational approach, and this is shown in Fig. 1.7.
Variational wave functions for frustrated magnetic models
Safronov (1969) kindled the hope that where the individual fails, the collective might succeed: if solid particles have a large enough density en masse, their gravity can draw them together.
Forming Planetesimals in Solar and Extrasolar Nebulae
However, drawing the threads together, we have been inspired by new types of materials and even new controllable experimental systems in our quest to explore these intriguing phenomena.
Quantum Criticality and Novel Phases: Summary and Outlook
We use the graphical features of the citation subgraphs induced by cited publications and examine how scholarly publications draw previous information and knowledge together in different areas, as well as how this behavior correlates with the subsequent impact of the publications.
Citing for High Impact
We will contract C (cid:48) to a single vertex v and draw v (as a point) together with all the edges joining it to common vertices.
Testing Simultaneous Planarity when the Common Graph is 2-Connected
Note that assumptions (B1) and (B3) together imply that Pm,G (pj (GW ) ≤ s) = s, j ∈ I (Pm ), s ∈ Sn , where the probability Pm,G is with respect to a random draw of the data W , and a random permutation G taken uniformly from G .
Asymptotic optimality of the Westfall--Young permutation procedure for multiple testing under dependence
In this summary I attempt to draw together a few of the highlights and ma jor themes of the conference.
A New Vision of the Coma Cluster: Conference Summary
These uncertainties taken together prevent us from drawing a definitive conclusion that the “Universal Curve,” obtained for nuclei with A ≤ 208, breaks down for heavy nuclei with A ≥ 233 and for Eγ in the ∆33 (1232)-resonance region.
Evaluation of the total photoabsorption cross sections for actinides from photofission data and model calculations
In our approach, when a particle is dropping into the bottom of the potential well these four turning points are drawing nearer and, at last, are joining together at the origin.
A new approach to the logarithmic perturbation theory for the spherical anharmonic oscillator
In our approach, when a particle is dropping into the bottom of the potential well these four turning points are drawing nearer and, at last, are joining together at the origin.
The logarithmic perturbation theory for bound states in spherical-symmetric potentials via the $\hbar$-expansions