compendium

[n] - a concise but comprehensive summary of a larger work
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compendium

This is a shallow, ornate box for holding writing materials when travelling, which opens out to provide a writing surface. 2 A multifuctional or combination scientific or navigational instrument, such as a portable sundial combined with a wind vane.
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Compendium

Com·pen'di·um noun ; plural English Compendiums , Latin Compendia . [ Latin compendium that which is weighed, saved, or shortened, a short way, from compendere to weigh; com- + pendere to weigh. See Pension , and confer Compend .] A b
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compendium

noun a concise but comprehensive summary of a larger work
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Compendium

• (n.) A brief compilation or composition, containing the principal heads, or general principles, of a larger work or system; an abridgment; an epitome; a compend; a condensed summary.
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compendium

compendium (s), compendia (pl) 1. A comprehensive but brief account of a subject, especially in book form. 2. A list or compilation of various items. 3. A publication containing a variety of works.
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compendium

  1. a publication containing a variety of works
  2. a concise but comprehensive summary of a larger work

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compendium

This is a shallow, ornate box for holding writing materials when travelling, which opens out to provide a writing surface.
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