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to examine in order to note the similarities and differences of

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compare critically

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to assemble in proper sequence

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The toploading collator range is also said to be adaptable to various factory and production layouts.
Pacepacker's original Collator System was designed and built specifically for The Co-op.
But it is simply not true that Diderot "has been reduced to the role he most despised: that of the collator of other people's articles and ideas" as editor of the EncyclopSdie (x).
The actor had increasing difficulty moving about, helped slightly by a treatment involving bee stings, and in the final series, when Warner was 80, Dixon was retired and re-employed as a civilian collator.
The collator autonomous agent is based on an unsupervised learning semantic engine and the analyzer is based on functional data analysis.
In the final series, when Warner was 80, George Dixon was shown as retired from the police and being re-employed as a civilian collator.
The Sharp pun in the title is the celebrated Victorian song-collector and folklorist, Cecil Sharp, who is the pre-eminent collator of British folk song.
The fall in the number of deals can in part be attributed to the lack of available debt to finance traditionally highly leveraged infrastructure deals," said Richard Stus, the sector analysts at private equity data collator Preqin.
The Rifle Bullet Feeder will fit on most 7/8"-14 threaded progressive presses, and features a four-country universal 110-240 power supply-operated collator unit.
RCBS's Pistol Bullet Feeder Kit is designed to fit on most 7/8"-14 threaded progressive presses and features a 110VAC-operated collator unit that orients the bullets to drop into the feed mechanism.
8 mins LESSON 12 collating, collator, verifier, ticket converter, review.
Organiser of the day and collator of a huge collection of memorabilia is Stile Common Nursery and Infants School learning mentor Jill Mellor.
Volume, zoning and advertiser versioning have dramatically increased the complexity of ordering and tracking preprints from warehouse to collator or insert machine.
The collator of this bi-lingual posthumous publication, Aftab Ahmed, has gathered together all the variant translations of Qur'anic verses found in Martin Ling's published and unpublished works and presented them in an orderly manner, clearly indicating the source where they first appeared or else marking them as previously unpublished.
And Quipp had entered the inserter business with its In-Line machine, competing with Muller Martini's Model 227 and serving as the basis of its collator with polywrapper.