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We’ll compile the suggestions and publish the list as we get closer to the holidays.

There are bound to be some, particularly because cases are skyrocketing — a million new cases nationwide in a week, according to data compiled by The Washington Post.

“We continue to move at the speed of science to compile all the data collected thus far and share with regulators around the world,” Pfizer chief executive Albert Bourla said in a statement.

The project is a volunteer effort to compile data from state health agencies.

To supplement these 5,400 pairs even further, the researchers compiled a second dataset of 20,000 pairs of scientific papers and their titles.

And so we compiled this list through conversations with colleagues and social media crowd-sourcing.

Our young and talented crew was compiled of friends and fellow classmates.

The Internet news agency compiled a list of all the mistakes in the broadcast by Channel 1.

I was just trying to get better before I compiled some audition.

ESPN's SportsNation compiled a Derek Jeter dating diamond, and Mariah Carey and Jessica Alba were relegated to the outfield.

The words which frequently occurred he arranged‌ in order, the commonest first, and compiled exercises to suit them.

The Dictionary we have compiled will tell the amateur what names will most probably supply the qualities he desires.

A series of 12 Maps compiled from the best sources, on the scale of four miles to the inch.

His works were popular for a time, until they were discovered to be very inaccurate, and carelessly compiled.

The legends of the individual "Holy Helpers" were compiled from authors whose writings have the approval of the Church.


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On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to compiled, such as: concerted, corporate, cumulative, mutual, shared, and unified.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.