compellation


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Related to compellation: compilation, edified, interrelated, assuaged
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Duke University has created a forum that encourages the compellation of knowledge through the different facets of business and education, creating an excellent resource for the university, it's board members and, ultimately, Fuqua's students.
With the Brit Awards fast approaching this 42-track two-CD compellation presents the nominees in all their diverse glory.
The HFC Athletic Club won the award by finishing first overall in a compellation of 16 separate categories evaluated by on-site examiners of an independent firm completing the evaluation for Club Industry.
I want timely compellation of investigation and submission of challans in the court.
We are pleased to launch such a robust compellation of content on schedule and containing the courses Global 2000 companies demand to achieve their unique professional development objectives," said Kevin Thibodeau, Vice President Content Services and Marketing, Caliber.
Several announcements were being made from the construction company about the compellation of project, but the project could not be completed after passing of several months.