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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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We are collating the results and feedback from students to determine how successful the pilot has been Suzanne Cholerton
interest in Covpress, be until later early next week was with buyers "of securing and That We are collating these (expressions of interest) and will respond at the back end of this week or the following week.
The solution they developed was an in-line servo-controlled collating conveyor and intelligent sensing system.
He said: "With the warehouse completed and the new printing and collating equipment now in place we look forward to appointing a new editor to develop our English language list and bindery staff to assist with our ever growing commercial printing service."
The system makes it much easier to identify ships posing problems by collating all available data.
"I will be collating the information over the next month or two.
Conservative AM and economic development spokesman Alun Cairns said, 'The WDA has more than 80 business support programmes, which leads to a real danger of duplication when collating jobs that have created or safeguarded.'
collating and sharing information before actually starting with the indexing and annotation work within the COLLATE system.
By delivering instant, graphical reports of viruses detected across Windows servers and workstations, there is no longer any need to spend time collating report logs by hand.
A series of reports can be generated to save time printing and collating.
Across the district, 140 electronic polling booths will be set up with four counting centres collating and announcing the results at Alcester, Shipston, Southam and Stratford.