- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of collate.
“Seesmic Seesmic Desktop supports multiple accounts from multiple services and collates all of these status messages one feed.”
“OneVote also has a well designed social media aggregator that collates photos, videos, tweets, blog posts and news reports related to the India elections.”
“BlogAdda has a very well designed social media aggregator for the elections, which collates photos, videos, and posts from election-focused blogs.”
“So there is an alternative notification method, although not one that collates response data publicly.”
“Luis Nassif [pt] collates the media reactions to the row, and says that it is high time the mainstream media caught up:”
“I sometimes write a post that collates blog responses, both positive and negative, to a given issue.”
“A Reader on the Winter of Protest, edited by Dan Hancox openDemocracy.net, £8.99, which collates articles on the student and anti-cuts demonstrations in the UK, says that rather than just recording protests, the experience chronicled "suggests that the 'fight back' of winter 2010 contains the seeds of a politics".”
“Is there anywhere that collates statistics regarding immigration and related youth crime.”
“Xiaomo," a 24-year-old college student in Paris, collates comments from surveys.”
“On its databases it holds demographic, geographic and lifestyle information and credit application and repayment histories for around 600 million consumers and 60 million businesses, accounting for two-thirds of the credit reference industry in the U.K. and 40% in the U.S. There is even an arm that collates and analyzes data received from creditworthy individuals that it uses to help businesses market their goods to clients.”
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