compilatory

compilatory

(ˌkɒmpɪˈleɪtərɪ)
adj
of or relating to a compilation or compiler
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The basilar intention stays the same: since Rajna perceives the text-source relationship as a derivation pattern, and the imitation process as plagiarism, the philologist must fulfil their compilatory task as a dutiful scientist, who lists as many proofs and data as possible if they want to sound trustworthy.
On the other hand, discrepancies between the various parts of the texts, with some of them plainly ignorant of the Islamic particularities while others reveal precise accuracy, have been stressed to assert the plurality of authors and/or the compilatory character of the whole.
(4) In accordance with the claim in the rubric hazin qmaha uzarazta d-hibil ziua, also attested in DC 13 and RRC 2F, it increases the length of Zarazta d-Hibil Ziua itself by erasing the boundary with Zarazta d-Bit Raza Gninia, presumably in order to support the idea that this large compilatory work is a single unit, called Zarazta d-Hibil Ziua.
These surviving documents offer tantalizing clues by which to observe the professional practices, reading habits, and intellectual environment of a man who acquired and reproduced an eclectic array of texts, doing so in a manner that exhibits compilatory flair and literary wit.
Usually informative, this stylistic, compilatory approach bears one caveat: Killeen's own critical voice is at times obscured.
As tends to be the case in compilatory volumes, some of the articles are more compelling than others and, while most of them are extended dialogues between the compared texts with intertwined tandem analyses (as is the case with Ihara and Leland's, Liste's, Ibarrola's, Manzanas's, Smith's or Torreiro's essays), others are parallel readings of two or more texts, with a lesser dialogical discourse, which choose to leave the exercise in comparative analysis for the concluding paragraphs (as is the case with the essays of Rio or Brigido-Corachan).
Boeck questions the assumption of the traditionalists that the compilatory version of the History is a later abridged version.
Even in its new compilatory setting, though, the individual short text retained a certain authority and preserved its integrity as a generic model.
Jan Pacholski is thus the first to clarify the extent of the (literal) cutting and pasting in the creation of Fontane's war-books, while nevertheless questioning the conclusions of those who would dismiss them because of their compilatory character.
Gruytrodius favoured the compilatory method of late medieval Carthusian authors.
Note, too, how the lowercase words demonstrate that different sequences of transadditions can arrive at the same word: COMPILATORY can be reached by the route OLYMPIC, MYOPICAL, PILCOMAYO, POLYATOMIC and OLYMPIC, MYOPICAL, PYROMALIC, MICROTYPAL.
If we are thinking of the relationships between centres where English was copied, it is pertinent to note that although the persistent linking of these three manuscripts in twentieth-century scholarship is justified by similarity in compilatory style as well as the presence of texts in common, those shared texts do not show the kind of stemmatic closeness t hat links Caligula and Jesus.