Noun(1) a light informal meal(2) assembling in proper numerical or logical sequence(3) careful examination and comparison to note points of disagreement
(1) Development of this proposal will require collation of speed and traffic flow data and consultation with residents in affected areas.(2) As described above, the process from collation of the responses to publication of the report contained several checks designed to ensure confidentiality and anonymity.(3) Lamb dishes are also the specialty of Sheep Tower, which opened last month and which touts its cold collation of heart, tendon, aspic and stomach of the sheep, or for even greater intimacy, there is the sheep kidney and testicle pot.(4) JG managed the study and was involved in data collection, collation and analysis, drafting the paper, and intellectual content.(5) But this figure is not seen as accurate by the radio industry since it does not include revenue from smaller local independent stations which historically have been reluctant to send their figures in for central collation .(6) AE was responsible for collation of data and critical review of the paper.(7) His remarks also suggest that he innocently viewed intelligence analysis as largely a matter of collation ; the facts would speak for themselves, if only they could only be gathered in one place.(8) Hence, data collation in the IAEA reviews focused only on those marine species that constitute food species for humans, normally using information gathered about their edible body parts.(9) a cold collation(10) More precisely, Grote's methodology consisted of a close reading and collation of ancient texts in order to separate descriptions of historical facts from political opinions expressed about those facts.(11) As with any anti-war collation , STW has attracted supporting groups from all walks of British life.(12) Elinor Gadon, the author of that excellent collation of art materials and texts called The Once and Future Goddess, was speaking at the launch of the project.(13) The commissioners and the other gentlemen of both states who were passengers in the boat and with the gentlemen of the town partook of the collation at the house of the Governor.(14) As a consequence, the important benefits of collation and comparison of data from different sources are lost.(15) lunch was a collation of salami, olives, and rye bread(16) Through a process of collation and distillation we incorporated the questions into 10 projects to create an evaluation framework.
(1) collation :: 照合
1. snack ::
2. bite ::
Different Formscollation, collations
English to Japanese Dictionary: collation
Meaning and definitions of collation, translation in Japanese language for collation with similar and opposite words. Also find spoken pronunciation of collation in Japanese and in English language.
Tags for the entry "collation"
What collation means in Japanese, collation meaning in Japanese, collation definition, examples and pronunciation of collation in Japanese language.