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compilation

[‚käm·pə′lā·shən]
(mapping)
The selecting, extracting, and assembling of map detail from various sources (such as existing maps, aerial photographs, and surveys), followed by the production of a new or improved map based on this data.

compilation

Compiling a program. See compiler.
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A new association standard that would provide requirements and guidance when an accountant agrees to permit the use of his or her name in a report, document, or written communication that also includes financial statements with respect to which the accountant did not issue a compilation, review, or audit report.
This compilation and review standard contains the most significant changes since 1978.
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Revises the definition of compilation of financial statements in paragraph 100.
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Even with its shortfalls, Souls works as a great window into the hearts and minds of black men and even better as a compilation of biographical snapshots.
Beth Orton: ``The Other Side of Daybreak'' (Heavenly/Astralwerks) A 10-track compilation of remixes, B-sides, live recordings and covers that includes a video for the Two Lone Swordsmen remix of ``Anywhere,'' featured on Orton's 2002 disc, ``Daybreaker.
The compilation of statutes and regulations is not exhaustive or comprehensive, however.
gov/ asd), this compilation includes more recent data for many elements, particularly the heavier ones.
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Nearly 900 pages, this compilation contains 60 articles from AFS Transactions, 13 articles from MODERN CASTING and 22 papers from MS conferences.
The compilation joins Olson's already outrageous lineup: the original "Trailer Camp"; the black-themed "Afro Promo"; the gay "Homo Promo" and "Neo Homo Promo"; and her Jewish compilation, "Trailers Schmailers.