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  • v  collect in one place

  • Hundreds of them were flown in from Moscow to forgather in East Berlin's grim, hulking Ministry of the Interior, the headquarters of the nation's vast security-police network.
  • A thousand-odd members pay a $200 initiation fee and dues of $65 a year to forgather in an atmosphere that more or less suggests the living room of an impoverished baron in the .
  • As a lecturer and reader, he is in constant demand at progressive campuses across the nation, where he is apt to deliver a formal talk in the university auditorium, then forgather .

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