compend


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com·pend

 (kŏm′pĕnd′)
n.
A compendium.

compend

(kəmˈpɛnd)
n
a compendium
References in classic literature ?
He is the compend of time; he is also the correlative of nature.
7) Of course others could argue the reverse, as did Robert Vilvain in the diatribe that ends his A Compend of Chronography (1654):
A Compend of Luther's Theology (Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1966), pp.
Compend Contin Educ Dent 1997;18:724-6, 728-32, 734.
Hodge CE (2001) HIV/AIDS: impact on the African American community, Compend Contin Educ Dent 22: 52-56
It should be mentioned that Hugh Thomson Kerr's abridgment, Calvin's Institutes: A New Compend (1989), is another useful summarization of the Institutes, in that it arranges its excerpts according to modern day theological topics.