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Word: compile

Definition: assemble; gather; accumulate; make (a report or a book) from facts and information found in various places; Ex. compile a dictionary


Sentences Containing 'compile'

"Kirby's Avalanche, known in Europe as Kirby's Ghost Trap", is a puzzle video game co-developed by HAL Laboratory and Compile.
2001 saw Stevo Pearce compile a new compilation album titled "I'd Rather Shout at a Returning Echo than Kid Someone's Listening".
A concise rule for determining whether phase distinction is preserved in a language or not has been proposed by Cardelli - "If A is a compile-time term and B is a subterm of A, then B must also be a compile-time term."
A later editor, intending to compile a halakhic midrash to Exodus, took R. Ishmael's work on the book, beginning with ch.
A pilot was also launched in the Governorates of Cairo, Red Sea, and Alexandria to compile and review business related regulations.
After Riperton died, several artists contributed vocals to tracks she had recorded before her death, to help compile Richard Rudolph's final tribute to his wife, "Love Lives Forever".
After several weeks of traveling and shooting, Tufts and Knudsen began to compile the footage which would become a comedic cross-section of people from all over the country.
An energy broker can provide a valuable service if they work with a large number of suppliers and can actually compile the sundry prices from suppliers.
And here be it said, that whenever it has been convenient to consult one in the course of these dissertations, I have invariably used a huge quarto edition of Johnson, expressly purchased for that purpose; because that famous lexicographer's uncommon personal bulk more fitted him to compile a lexicon to be used by a whale author like me.
Andy wins his tenor horn back in a game of pool, and having forgiven Gloria, after she gives them the money she was paid to compile the report, (saying she doesn't want it because it's "dirty money") the band travel to the final at the Royal Albert Hall in London, (Birmingham Town Hall was used to film these scenes) where they are amused by the woman on the P.A. system in the dressing room's inability to pronounce colliery, with an older band member remarking "I bet she's glad the bugger's closed."
As it prepared itself for an electoral breakthrough in the 2004 federal election, the Green Party of Canada began to compile citizen, member and expert opinions in preparation of its platform.
As the "Getting started" page states, to compile it: This assumes the downloaded "frege3.xx.vvv.jar" has been renamed to "fregec.jar" for ease of use.
At the time of his death (he was struck by a car while crossing a street in Yonkers, New York) he was working on a 30-year-long project to compile the first etymological dictionary of Welsh.
By the end of the 1960s, both Florence Howe and her husband Paul Lauter had taught in the Freedom Schools in Mississippi, and Howe was already attempting to compile a mini-women’s studies curriculum for her writing students at Goucher College in Baltimore.
During the course of time, a strong necessity was felt by scholars to compile Saiva literature to accommodate other works.
Expression templates delay evaluation so the expression codice_16 essentially generates at compile time a new codice_1 constructor.
Founded by the widow of Tooker Gomberg, a notable advocate of combining direct action with open politics methods, IH brought a few dozen activists together to compile a platform (using live meetings and email and seedwiki followup).
Frege requires Java-7 JDK to compile and run.
Hoar was also an organizer and major force behind the enactment of the Employee Unemployment Benefits Act, served on the Commission to Compile Information Data, 1917, taught mathematics and engineering, patented a system for aiming large guns by the stars, and authored landmark works on constitutional and patent law.
If executing Java bytecode in a Java virtual machine is not desirable, a developer can also compile Java source code or Java bytecode directly to native machine code with tools such as the GNU Compiler for Java.
In 1922 he was commissioned to compile the inventory catalogue of Dutch and Flemish drawings in the Musée du Louvre.
In 1989, he began to compile an address book listing the names of the Friends of the Book Arts Press, RBS participants, and others with rare book connections or interests (the 10th, 352-page edition of the "Book Arts Press Address Book" was published in 2008).
In 2007 the Institute commissioned Chester County, Pa., author Bruce Mowday to compile a photographic history of the local industry.
It is believed that he walked the entire length and breadth of the Korean peninsula, through mountain and valley, in order to research and compile his "magnum opus", the "Daedongyeojido," (대동여지도, 大東輿地圖) a map of Korea that was published in 1861, from which was subsequently made a single-sheet version, the "Daedongyeojijeondo" (대동여지전도 大東與地全圖).
It is known to compile and work under Linux, BSD, Solaris, Mac OS X, Cygwin and a few other Unix/Linux-like operating systems.
It received a few reviews in the media, including three stars from "Q Magazine", and was used to compile the band history section on the official Specials website.
It then fell to Lorna Marshall to conduct ethnographic interviews and compile fieldnotes, despite the fact that she had no formal anthropological training.
Many also compile Scheme programs to executable binary.
Most of the existing JVM instruction set is statically typed - in the sense that method calls have their signatures type-checked at compile time, without a mechanism to defer this decision to run time, or to choose the method dispatch by an alternative approach.
On February 14, 2013, a study was released by freelance journalist Jon Millward that sampled the data from 10,000 actors (7,000 women 3,000 men) from the site to, among other things, compile a profile of the "average porn star" as well as generate some statistics about adult industry actors based on IAFD data.
Personal (or organizational) wish lists compile an itemization of goods or services they desire.
Phase Distinction distinguishes between processing to be done at compile-time versus processing done at runtime.
Remote machines compile those source files without any local dependencies (such as libraries, header files or macro definitions) to object files and send them back to the originator for further compilation.
Returning to the U.S., during the Second World War Swadesh worked on military projects to compile reference materials on Burmese, Chinese, Russian, and Spanish.
RPython puts some constraints on the Python language so that a variable's type can be inferred at compile time.
The Bishop of Colombo appointed a Historical Select Committee in 1941 to compile a history of the diocese, to mark the celebration of the centennial of the foundation of the diocese.
The data on older titles was clearly the most difficult to compile (and very few people I ever talked to had much info on the older stuff, with a few notable exceptions like Jim Holliday), and therefore the more valuable part of the data.
The Family Lists compile additional summary tables, and in these, Samurzaq’anoans are not listed, but the number of Abkhaz in Kutais province is given as 60,432.
The following year, Peel's producer suggested that instead of taking a poll (which might simply be a retread of 1976's list), Peel should simply compile a list of his favourite songs of the year.
The remaining three months was spent back at the host country’s university where the student would develop and compile the research collected, analyze it and study further.
The set's five CDs and one VHS tape compile nearly all of the band's original catalogue, newly remastered for the original mastertapes, and a wealth of previously unreleased material, the latter of which includes a live CD and a VHS video cassette of live footage.
The strip was discontinued in 2006, but in 2009, Rodney and Garscadden announced plans to team up and compile a book of previous strips with new installments.
The treatise provided the ideological background for Ivan IV's coronation as the first Russian Tsar and inspired Athanasius, Metropolitan of Moscow to compile the famous "Book of Degrees".
To compile a program using multiple threads with the Microsoft C/C++ Compiler, you must specify the /MT switch (or /MTd, for debug programs).
When the German scholar Adolf Michaelis came to compile his great work, "Ancient Marbles in Great Britain" in the 1860s, the Guilford Puteal's location had already been lost to academia, and so he issued a rallying-cry in an article in the "Journal of Hellenic Studies" (vol.
Whereas traditional Unix tools (such as awk, sed, grep, etc.) process text one line at a time, and use regular expressions to search or transform text, the pp tool processes text one character at a time and can use context free grammars to transform (or compile) the text.
While struggling to compile his album, The Dogg met and befriended upcoming artist Gazza, who had just returned to Namibia from studies in South Africa.
WSGI also has more direct Diazo support: the "DiazoMiddleware" filter will compile and cache Diazo themes on the fly.

More Vocab Words

::: retroactive - taking effect before its enactment (as a law) or imposition (as a tax); (of a law) having effect on the past as well as the future
::: dispirited - lacking in spirit
::: acquittal - deliverance from a charge; V. acquit: free from a charge or accusation; discharge from a duty; conduct (oneself) in a specified manner
::: accommodate - oblige or help someone; adjust or bring into harmony; adapt; make enough space for; ADJ. accommodative; CF. accomodating: helpful and obliging
::: impiety - irreverence; lack of respect for God or piety
::: splice - join together end to end to make one continuous length; fasten together; unite; Ex. splice two strips of tape; N.
::: bifurcated - divided into two branches; forked
::: supernumerary - person or thing excess of what is necessary; extra; ADJ: additional to the usual or necessary number
::: decomposition - decay; V. decompose: decay; break and separate into simple parts
::: amphibian - able to live both on land and in water; N.