compilation

[ kom-puh-ley-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF compilation

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This work is strictly what its title page imports, a compilation.

There are also many curiosities of compilation in auction catalogues.

In the publishing world, this is the age of compilation, not of creation.

Socialists in French Municipalities, a compilation from official reports.

This work is largely a compilation of the recollections of his contemporaries.

The Athenae Oxonienses then was one source of the compilation.

But when the compilation was complete, there were no similarities at all.

Among students the compilation is generally called the Avesta.

It is a compilation, and even as such it leaves much to be desired.

The compilation of the Violin-system for the Conservatory was also in part effected by him.

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