Definition of Collating

1. Verb. (present participle of collate) ¹



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Definition of Collating

1. collate [v] - See also: collate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Collating

collateralizable
collateralization
collateralizations
collateralize
collateralized
collateralized debt obligation
collateralized debt obligations
collateralized loan obligation
collateralizes
collateralizing
collaterally
collateralness
collaterals
collaters
collates
collating (current term)
collation
collational
collationed
collationer
collationers
collations
collatitious
collative
collator
collators
collaud
collauded
collauding
collauds

Literary usage of Collating

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1. The Ecclesiastical Law by Richard Burn, Robert Phillimore (1842)
"sd ["Entering and collating same .. .. 2 15 6 Brought forward 11 6 6 Limited administration under seal and stamp .. .. 1 8 2 o Clerks .050 Extracting ..."

2. Base SAS(R) 9.1.3 Procedures Guide, Second Edition, Volumes 1-4 by Sas Institute (2006)
"collating-Sequence-Options Operating Environment Information: For information about behavior specific to your operating environment for the DANISH, FINNISH, ..."

3. Opinions of Eminent Lawyers, on Various Points of English Jurisprudence by George Chalmers (1814)
"And whether the governor be thereby restrained from collating to vacant benefices, or granting induction, except only where the vestry present their clerk ? ..."

4. The Art of Bookbinding: A Practical Treatise by Joseph William Zaehnsdorf (1890)
"collating. To collate, is to ensure that each sheet or leaf is in its proper sequence. Putting the sheets together and placing plates or maps requires great ..."

5. The Art of Bookbinding by Joseph William Zaehnsdorf (1880)
"collating. To collate, is to ensure that each sheet or leaf is in its proper sequence. Putting the sheets together and placing plates or maps requires great ..."

6. The Reader's Handbook of the American Revolution. 1761-1783 by Justin Winsor (1880)
"175, gives a note collating the authorities on the origin of the retirement of the Americans from the island of New York. ..."

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