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Though suspicions have abounded for decades regarding fishing as a possible significant contributor to Steller decline, substantial empirical evidence has gone largely ungathered.
The grapes they once gathered to sell in the bustling market of Charikar, a few miles away, remain ungathered, and wither on the vine.
All you need are two 12ins strips of fabric, the same width of your ungathered curtains plus an extra six inches.
Eyelets involve a slim pole or tension wire that threads through metal eyelets punched at regular intervals into an ungathered width of material.
Moul's classical background proves helpful here, enabling her to provide detailed readings of several of Jonson's poems--ranging from oft-discussed works like the Epigrams to a wide selection of his ungathered verse (UV)--and to pair her interpretations with the source poems, providing both the Latin original and an English translation.