In 1909, John Remsburg compiled a list—strikingly bereft of characters from I, Claudius—of 41 authors who never mention Jesus.
Perhaps you've seen the below chart, compiled by Mother Jones magazine.
Goodwin, an associate professor at Nottingham University, has compiled the first comprehensive study on the rise of Ukip.
With the help of research assistant Nicholas Anderson, I compiled a full list of anti-Obama books available on Amazon.com.
The Telegraph reports that all of their footage will be compiled into a Kate Moss documentary.
The extreme care they took that their statements should be truthful is shown by the manner in which they compiled their books.
Together with his scholars he had compiled the book which bears his name.
In deciding what statistics should be compiled, the nature and needs of the business must be considered.
Does the form of prayer compiled by Juxon, Sanderson, and Hammond exist?
The authorities of the Temple had also caused a new prayer-book to be compiled.
early 14c., from Old French compiler "compile, collect" (13c.), from Latin compilare "to plunder, rob," probably originally "bundle together, heap up;" hence "to pack up and carry off," from com- "together" (see com-) + pilare "to compress, ram down." Related: Compiled; compiling.