Gathering [noun]

Definition of Gathering:

assemblage, accumulation

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Screenshots of the gatherings shared with VOSD show some uncovered faces in close proximity.

When he first visited Kyiv in November 2018, he told a gathering of businessmen about a complex way to get American gas to Europe.

Hong Kong is currently easing restrictions on public gatherings that it imposed five weeks ago amid the third spike in cases.

It can say that for example, a large gathering of people is a public safety issue because people may get injured.

More generally, though, the protest was notable for participants’ refusal to wear masks—a decision that led Berlin’s authorities to announce Tuesday that masks would be obligatory in all open-air gatherings of more than 100 people.

These gatherings pull together women who work in similar roles across companies and industries, and we hope they’ll be a space for peers to talk candidly about the hurdles and opportunities they encounter every day.

It’s no surprise, then, that during a recent virtual gathering of top female chief human resources officers, part of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women event series, the executives in the “room” had a lot to say—and to share.

MGM has called off live entertainment, another Vegas draw, until it is legal and safe to reinstitute public gatherings.

It also survived some of our great parties, our friends’ weddings, holiday gatherings, and many sleepovers.

Since that time, Boston Common has been a gathering place in the city for all people at all times.