Definition of Tabulators

1. Noun. (plural of tabulator) ¹



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Definition of Tabulators

1. tabulator [n] - See also: tabulator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tabulators

tabularization
tabularize
tabularized
tabularizes
tabularizing
tabularly
tabulata
tabulatable
tabulate
tabulated
tabulates
tabulating
tabulation
tabulations
tabulator
tabulators (current term)
tabule
tabuli
tabulis
tabulæ rasæ
tabun
tabuns
tabus
tac
tacahout
tacahouts
tacamahac
tacamahaca
tacamahacs
tacan

Literary usage of Tabulators

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1. Report of an Investigation of the Municipal Civil Service Commission and of by Jacob D. Neu (1915)
"Q. They are stenographers and tabulators ? A. Yes, sir. " Q. Working on the typewriting machines the same as you do ..."

2. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1920)
"The work was accomplished by three field workers, one reporter and three tabulators and computers, and was in reality a continuation of a similar study ..."

3. Elections: Federal Efforts to Improve Security and Reliability of Electronic by David A. Powner, Randolph C. Hite (2006)
"Are the polling place scanners/tabulators and system software prepared? • Have you done a complete accounting to reconcile all numbers (so that every ballot ..."

4. The Influence of Newspaper Presentations Upon the Growth of Crime and Other by Frances Fenton (1911)
"The reason for including each item under its "The most inclusive classification, III, is that used supposedly by all other tabulators of anti-social ..."

5. The World and the Individual by Josiah Royce (1899)
"They have been discovered by an essentially empirical process which has now been extended, by the tabulators of the prime numbers, far into the millions. ..."

6. The Concept of Consciousness by Edwin Bissell Holt (1914)
"They have been discovered by an essentially empirical process which has now been extended, by the tabulators of the prime numbers, far into the millions. ..."

7. The American Almanac, Year-book, Cyclopedia and Atlas (1902)
"... enumerators nnd tabulators were hired, and as soon as their ... labora of enumerators and tabulators in certain departments of the work were so badly ..."

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