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collate

[′kä‚lāt]
(computer science)
To combine two or more similarly ordered sets of values into one set that may or may not have the same order as the original sets.
(graphic arts)
To assemble in proper sequence all the sheets, signatures, or insertions for a printed piece.
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All other firms will continue to use the official starting prices, collated by the Press Association.
Tickets issued by police officers across the force are now being collated by staff in the force's central ticket office and figures for those caught so far are expected to be available in the next few days.
Demonstration Comments: Secretary Powell, this is the old paper license application with six collated copies.
The reports can also he collated to show how long a company has been kept free of all known viruses--a valuable piece of information for business clients, customers and partners.
Voting results were collated by the Kennedy Library and reported directly to National Mock Election headquarters.
Bundled like a carefully collated testament to both land development and esthetic production, the pages were stacked on the floor--only the top piece and the shaggy edges of the sheets beneath were visible.
A single command for each building or entity results in a comprehensive, cohesive report packet with table of contents, reports, appendixes, and other required materials, printed in page order and collated.
The information may then be collated, compared with the foundry's operations plan, the effects assessed and decisions confidently made as to any corrective actions needed.
We have collated data pertinent to entire commercial banking sectors that has been published by central banks, regulators and/or trade associations.
Tenders are invited for Class 3 Printing of Book Publications Bound and Collated
The British singles charts were first compiled in 1952, when music paper NME collated sales of records at a handful of music shops.
The results are collated on a cartridge within the booth, which is then removed and downloaded onto a computer after polling stations have closed.