compellation


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Related to compellation: compilation, edified, interrelated, assuaged
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The various explaining factors of the egg price were investigated and the parameters were selected that had high compellation coefficient with the price of the protein.
Tannenbaum's influence is no less pronounced on the McGarrigle Sisters' three-disc compellation Tell My Sister, which was released on the same day.
c) Those, banks are not included in the sample that involved in another merger activity before or after the compellation of one year.
Garneau indicated that pipe produced there will receive "a compellation of a near-white blast finish pipe, followed by a sprayed fusion-bond epoxy primer, an extruded polymeric jacket and finally a high-density side-extruded polyethylene jacket.
His Mainely A Cappella runs a cappella competitions and workshops, releases a cappella compellation discs and maintains an enormous online a cappella shopping center--all in the pursuit of promoting a cappella to colleges and high schools.
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.