(1) The data extraction sheet attempted to collate confounding variables (eg, environmental issues), but no data were provided in the trial reports.(2) We collect and collate such information, so it is available for analysis and interpretation.(3) A nationwide attempt to collect and collate information may yield a more complete picture of the prevalence and nature of such attacks in India.(4) The club will now collate the feedback from local residents and fans in advance of a formal planning application early in the new year.(5) So these problems are local, and they are really difficult to collate , to compare what is going on in each area, because there is 100 different units throughout the Met.(6) Now Edna, with the help of local councillor Bernard Selby, plans to collate records, press cuttings and artefacts detailing his wartime actions.(7) You can't really get on with anything useful as you load the printer with paper, collate the copies etc.(8) Developers of guidelines for clinical practice attempt to identify, appraise, and collate the best evidence to ensure that the highest quality information is available for clinicians and patients.(9) Police will then collate the information and identify trouble areas or individuals and target them accordingly.(10) One of the possible human elements is a logistics intelligence officer to sort and collate the automated information gathered from various sensors in and above the battlespace.(11) We are, in the language of the business, descriptive dictionary makers: we record, we collate , we analyse, and we describe what people actually say and write.(12) As they move into specialist training, require them to collect and collate precise details of everything except the quality of doctoring they are learning to provide.(13) He said the incorrect SocPen information made it difficult to collate beneficiaries with paypoints.(14) However, when bestseller lists from the past three months were compared with figures from the market analysis firm Nielsen BookData - which collates sales figures from almost every bookshop in Britain - surprising anomalies emerged.(15) Like a well-oiled machine, the organisers had collated details and created a database on the would-be grooms and brides.(16) This volume is yet another attempt at collating different views on an issue which currently divides the Christian community.