Garnering sentence examples

  • Then came innumerable varieties of manual work for the erection and keeping up of hedges, the preservation of dykes, canals and ditches, the threshing and garnering of corn, the tending and shearing of sheep and so forth.

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  • The Orange Prize for Fiction is currently garnering votes for the 50 Best Books written by Women.

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  • Toddlers are notorious for garnering the reputation of being difficult and temperamental.

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  • Moreover, the FIP vaccine is also garnering a lot of attention due to the fact that it is a live virus vaccine.

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  • A program that has been garnering a lot of attention lately is Narconon.

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  • With her provocative photos garnering the attention of many and probably a legion of fans from her various nude spreads in Playboy and Penthouse, Tequila is now the reigning queen of MySpace with over two million "friends" to date.

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  • Even when they lay low these stars end up garnering media attention, so it's easy for fans to keep up with what they are doing with their lives.

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  • Garnering attention in recent years for racist rants, alcohol abuse, and allegations of homophobia and domestic violence, the actor found himself in the middle of legal battles and public disdain.

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  • Once garnering one of these degrees, students often continue their education on the job by working directly with mentors.

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  • The American Kennel Club Canine Health Foundation focuses on garnering donations to support research on numerous canine diseases in hope of one day eliminating them.

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  • Nintendo was largely a shadow of its former self, not garnering nearly as much market share as it once enjoyed.

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  • The photo made its way into the layout, garnering explosive attention which mainly served to boost SI's circulation, but also resulted in a number of angry letters and cancellations as well.

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  • After garnering so much attention so quickly, you can only wonder what the future holds for Véronique and V del Sol.

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  • Tug-of-war, rock climbing and 5K races will pique donors competitive spirit, garnering interest in your event.

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  • Originally, the Cannes Film Festival was promoted as a tourist draw, with most films submitted garnering some sort of award, but as the Festival grew, it became more rigorous and more exclusive.

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  • As Filipinos immigrate to other countries, Tagalog films are garnering more attention and a larger fan base.

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  • Two basic methods garnering birthday freebies: visiting the store itself and signing up, either online or in the store.

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  • Simply garnering the attention or flattery of a man doesn't necessarily mean that he wants to go home with you.

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  • Then, like most of Tim Burton's movies, Nightmare Before Christmas achieved a cult status and has continued garnering more fans each year.

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  • Carrie Underwood (Season 4): This 2005 American Idol winner has soared as a country music star, garnering 13 Billboard Music Awards, four American Music Awards and three Grammy Awards.

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  • The pilot did exceptionally well, garnering about 1.2 million viewers.

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  • The Rosie O'Donnell Show was incredibly popular during its six year run, garnering the comedienne various awards including an Emmy Award.

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  • Garnering several nominations and the winner of an Emmy and several Golden Globe Awards, Seymour has enjoyed a long and successful career in Hollywood.

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