pilation

pilation

An obsolete term for a hairline skull fracture, see there.
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The CA firm should have experience of com pilation of the annual accounts of the following organizations:
The annual statistical com pilation on the petroleum industry issued by BP since 1952, (when it was still the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company) and considered the bible by the industry, shows Iran squarely in first place.
This manual continues to be the most useful com pilation of Ch.
But there is a fair chance that de Vries' failure to collect Iain Hume's 35th-minute corner, allowing Darren Moore to head Barnsley back into the contest, will not feature on that comphilblanche pilation.
Steel Business Briefing's annual com- pilation of crude steel production figures shows nine Chinese steel companies were in the Top 20 in 2009 -- up from seven in 2008 -- and five of these are in the Top Ten.
Cooperative corn pilation or tracking such as the creation of source material for a class project or the creation and maintenance of contact information
released a new com- pilation album, Lipstick Traces: A Secret History Of The Manic Street Preachers.
3 [March 2002]: 550-52), likewise an index of musical subjects but no doubt published too recently to have served as one of Reischert's sources, cites compositions not found in corresponding entries in the later work, even though Schneider's com pilation is a selective list of instrumental pieces only.