What matters most though is its core values as a gatherer and interpreter of news.
It's easy to cross the line, and you are no longer an observer and a gatherer of facts.
In this proverb the gain of usury is classed with unjust gain that shall not bless the gatherer.
But now comes in the duty of the "gatherer," the third man of the group.
The gatherer of books is compared to one who should place five or six gems under a pile of common pebbles.
One of the prophets said he was "a gatherer of sycamore fruit."
Did you watch the workmen—the "gatherer" and the "blower," with their long, hollow iron pipes?
The appearance of the "gatherer" aroused attention in Christian circles.
The gatherer collects a lump on his pipe, cools it a little, and collects more until he has enough.
Your money is not your own; you are only the gatherer for some other person.
Old English gadrian, gædrian "unite, agree, assemble; gather, collect, store up," used of flowers, thoughts, persons; from Proto-Germanic *gadurojan "bring together, unite" (cf. Old English gæd "fellowship, companionship," gædeling "companion;" Middle Low German gadderen; Old Frisian gaderia; Dutch gaderen "to gather," gade "spouse;" German Gatte "husband;" Gothic gadiliggs), from PIE *ghedh- "to unite, join" (see good (adj.). Change of spelling from -d- to -th- is 1500s, reflecting earlier change in pronunciation. Related: Gathered; gathering.