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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Figures collated show that in terms of contributions, the GCC accounts for 39.7pc, the Far East for 12.2pc, and Africa 3.2pc of the global takaful contributions received.
Collated preprints are gripped, de-shingled and placed, under control, in a pocket as the perpendicular oval conveyor moves jackets to the preprint side, from which the completed packages are conveyed to the top of the pocketed oval conveyor and exit the system.
While Amrac collated the on-course data, including betting shows, at Newbury yesterday - one of six tracks it is contracted to operate from - betting shops had shows collated by SIS from trade at nine off-course bookmakers.
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 solution was to require individual managers and department heads to collect certain types of data that would be collated by an analytic tool and translated into information for decision-making purposes.
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.
Data collated by the unit is stored securely, both locally and remotely.
Thus, each letter is collated with manuscript witnesses and printed texts and annot ated for variants, quotations and authorial interventions.
The publication is being collated and produced by Rugby Borough Council and officers are inviting local artists to contribute.
According to statistics collated by the International Union of Railways, the combined transport of freight has boomed in recent years, rising by an average annual rate of 7% between 1986 and 200 in Western Europe (the 15 EU Member States, Switzerland and Norway), increasing from 80 million tonnes in 1986 to 180 million tonnes last year.