His "Prlectiones theologi" in nine volumes reached its thirty-fourth edition, while its "Compendium" saw fifty-seven.
She was worth her wages to the office merely as a compendium of shams.
He calls his book a compendium extracted from all authors and the practice of the professors, and edited only by himself.
His compendium of Galen was the text-book of medicine in the West for many centuries.
In neither of these respects is the compendium of Gilbert liable, I think, to adverse criticism.
He began a compendium of religions, then of literature, and last of the Romance languages.
As early as 1868 it was found that one who had thankfully read this Narrative had issued a compendium of it in Swedish.
Tis a Compendium of our Proceedings and may save you the Trouble of reading them.
There was call for a compendium, a manual of the matter; and in providing it Paschasius was a master mechanic for his time.
It is a species of compendium of the work of M. Willems, and was issued in 1889.
compendium 1589, from L. compendium "a shortening, saving," lit. "that which is weighed together," from L. compendere "to weigh together," from com- "together" + pendere "to weigh" (see pendant).