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Definition of Tabulation

  • The act of forming into a table or tables; as, the tabulation of statistics.
  • the act of putting into tabular form
  • information set out in tabular form

How to use tabulation in a sentence. Tabulation pronunciation.

Beside her plate at meals lay formulae and tabulations.
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In this latter book, pages 286, 287, and 298-302, will be found an interesting tabulation of characteristics at the age of five and at eleven.
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First, I have given these accounts graphic tabulation, and at once many interesting facts are presented to the eye.
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No; my soul abhors tabulation.
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It is true that the schools included under this heading do not account for all the school trade-training given to girls in this country, for the classification of industrial schools, where there is no general system, is very difficult, and under no plan of tabulation can there be an all-inclusive heading for any one type.
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The tabulation of the laws of the several States which I have given naturally cannot be entirely adequate, because the laws are being changed constantly.
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A tabulation of the estimates of casualties and the money cost of the war reveals the enormous price paid by humanity to convince a military-mad Germanic caste that Right and not Might must hereafter rule the world.
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And he returned to his tabulation: Bad.
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Then he sighed and went back to the tabulation of his lists of wills.
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Of these men, when we were raised to the episcopate we had several of both orders, viz., the Preachers and Minors, as personal attendants and companions at our board, men distinguished no less in letters than in morals, who devoted themselves with unwearied zeal to the correction, exposition, tabulation, and compilation of various volumes.
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Perhaps they'd put you on to tabulation work, though that's awfully dull.
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And certainly such a tabulation reveals _parts_ of the mystery which are not plain even to the trained eye and ear.
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We cannot hope to prevent crime and suffering by statistics, any more than we have been able to improve our climate (which is rather worse now than before the scientists took it in charge) by observations and telegraphic reports; but we can, by careful tabulation of the effects of bad weather upon the spirits of a community, learn what places in the Union are favorable to the production of cheerfulness and an equal mind.
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There is just now and then a momentary return perceptible to the skipping metre and fantastic manner of the first period, which may have been unconsciously suggested by the nature of the task in hand-a task of itself implying or suggesting some new study of old models; but the main style of the play in all its weightier parts is as distinctly proper to the second period, as clear an evidence of inner and spiritual affinity (with actual tabulation of dates, were such a thing as feasible as it is impossible, I must repeat that the argument would here be-what it is now-in no wise concerned), as is the handling of character throughout; but most especially the subtle force, the impeccable and careful instinct, the masculine delicacy of touch, by which the somewhat ruffianly temperament of the original Ferando is at once refined and invigorated through its transmutation into the hearty and humorous manliness of Petruchio's.
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I think teachers would find it interesting to keep all data of this kind of work done by their classes, with a view to tabulation and comparison.
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The tabulation reveals a number of cosmic types-Jewish, Chinese, English, French, Irish, Italian, American.
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Examples of Tabulation

Example #1
When away from her books, she carried scraps of paper, with jottings to be committed to memory.
Example #2
She went to bed with a manual and got up with a compendium.
Example #3
Teachers are referred particularly to the volumes of Kirkpatrick, Harrison, and Norsworthy and Whitley.
Example #4
Psychologists of recent years have made extensive observations as to what instincts are most prominent at given periods.
Example #5
The Rabbit line prior to 1845 is not reliable.
Example #6
I take 1821 as the starting-point, as that was the first year when the whole region was covered by the Hudson's Bay Company to the exclusion of all important rivals.