pieced together

See: conjoint
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"Remnants," she sighed, and showed me how artfully they had been pieced together.
I cannot say how it first presented itself to me, because I observed it in many slight particulars which were nothing in themselves and only became something when they were pieced together. But I made it out, by putting them together, that Ada was not so frankly cheerful with me as she used to be.
It might seem singular that Nancy--with her religious theory pieced together out of narrow social traditions, fragments of church doctrine imperfectly understood, and girlish reasonings on her small experience--should have arrived by herself at a way of thinking so nearly akin to that of many devout people, whose beliefs are held in the shape of a system quite remote from her knowledge--singular, if we did not know that human beliefs, like all other natural growths, elude the barriers of system.
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From the letters, his conversations with survivors, and extensive research, Mendelsohn pieced together what happened in Bolechow during the war and the fates of his "six of six million." The Lost is a delicate and almost painfully intimate memoir of his search, which took him as far as Australia, Israel, and Bolechow, now in the Ukraine.
The team pieced together a series of individuals representing the early stages of tubeworm development.
A picaresque wheeler-dealer is the exact antithesis of the sober, bland, and absolutely colorless agent who brings home the really important fragments of information that--hopefully--can be pieced together into a useful mosaic.
The substance is made out of tiny crystals and proteins, pieced together like the bricks and mortar of a brick wall.
Simon Cleveland has pieced together a very interesting and complex story, delving between a past and present, neither of which the character truly understands.
When pieced together, the answers of the 4,000 students surveyed don't look so appetizing.
Researchers have pieced together a draft of the dog genome, the sequence of DNA units that includes air the genetic instructions for making a dog.
HARROWING images of dead and crippled children and youngsters with guns have been pieced together by Yoko Ono for a bleak new video for the song Happy Xmas (War Is Over).