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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of compile.


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  • Okay, if you take $45 million in non-GAAP net income and subtract $5.6 million or $0.01 a share for equity based comp, that's to be consistent with the way first call compiles and reports estimates for Tellabs, the result is $0.10 in non-GAAP EPS for the first quarter of Home Page

  • (that is, change how OpenGLContext "compiles" its arrays for PyOpenGL).

    Planet Python

  • The report compiles data from a half-dozen U.S. government agencies on topics including women's educational attainment, employment, earnings and experience with crime and abuse.

    Strides by Women, Still a Wage Gap

  • A report from the nonpartisan GAO, to be released Tuesday, compiles a list of redundant and potentially ineffective federal programs, and it could serve as a template for lawmakers in both parties as they move to cut federal spending and consolidate programs to reduce the deficit.

    Billions in Bloat Uncovered in Beltway

  • Second is Chad where 48% have given birth• The lowest percentage of teenage girls who have given birth is Turkmenistan - 2%The report also compiles figures on early pregnancy, childbirth, and marriage, focusing on specific challenges facing girls between the ages of 15 and 19.

    Unicef adolescents data: what is the state of the world for teenagers?

  • Each year at the Forum, Film Independent compiles detailed, written case studies of films that recently played the festival circuit and either sold or did not, either did well theatrically or did not, etc.

    Josh Welsh: Studying the Economics of Independent Film: A Proposal

  • The company compiles the data together with online real-estate brokerage SouFun Holdings Ltd.

    Zhuhai Imposes Tough Property Measures

  • In 2009, they totaled 5.4 million, which represented a 41-fold increase in their race participation since 1980, according to Running USA, a non-profit that compiles and analyzes data.

    New York Mini Celebrates 40 Years of Women on the Run

  • It even compiles a source book showing where the food comes from, down to farmers' names and distance away.

    Where Veg Meets Non-Veg

  • Aggregations are a common tactic in which an NGO or donor government compiles overall numbers - of latrines, meals, tents - and implies that it alone was responsible, when the tallies represent the work done by many.

    NGOs in Haiti face new questions about effectiveness


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