comprise

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  • It comprises three separate groups, each considered a religious order in its own right.
  • The historical section, which comprises almost half the book, has already been described.
  • The district comprises three high schools, one alternative high school, and primary schools.
  • The school yard at one time comprised three school houses, as the population grew.
  • Students at the university comprised about a third of the city's population.
  • It comprised a group of houses built around the square and the church.
  • Such students comprise seven percent of the student population and come from about twenty different countries.
  • They have their own royal court and command an army comprising various marine creatures.
  • As a result the city now comprises approximately five square miles.
  • The final one-third of courses comprises those in the student's major.
  • Three letters comprise the whole of his first-hand accounts of his thoughts.
  • The government largely funds basic education comprising public primary schools and public junior high schools.
  • The species is divided into two major groups, each comprising several races.
  • The town council comprises eight elected council persons representing single member districts.
  • The final chapter comprises theory around the future of Europe as a whole.
  • It comprises a small village school and a number of houses.
  • A team comprises a group of people or other animals linked in a common purpose.
  • The school comprised an extended single building, housing most of the subjects taught within.
  • It comprises two individual power stations, built in two stages in the form of a single building.
  • At the time this comprised a very small portion of the mountain.
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