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compose (verb), composes; composed; composing
1. To make up the constituent parts of; to constitute or to form: Esther and the other art students had an exhibit composed of modernistic paintings.
2. To make or to create by putting together parts or elements: The delicious dessert which was served was composed of fruit, cream, and cookies.
3. To create or to produce something; such as, a literary or musical piece: They were told that Oscar Levant composed some of the melodies for the lyrics in which he was an actor.
4. To make (oneself) calm or tranquil: Sherry had to compose herself so she could deal calmly with the additional work that was assigned to her.
5. To settle or to adjust; to reconcile: Gregory and his wife Janet managed to compose their differences.
6. To arrange aesthetically or artistically; for example, to arrange things in order to achieve an effect: The garden was composed of rows of complimentary flowers, shading from pale blue to darkest blue.
7. To arrange or to set type in preparation for printing: Jerry, the typesetter, was very adroit at composing eye catching headlines for each edition of the newspaper.
(cytology is the study of cells and the cell theory states that all living things are composed of cells and that all cells arise only from other cells)
(Latin: a suffix; composed of, of the nature of, like)
(Greek: upper air, purer air [alcohol and sufuric acid]; in scientific terminology, "volatile, clean-smelling, euphoria-producing liquid composed of alcohol and sufuric acid")
(Greek: pancreas [pan, "all" plus kreas, "flesh"; the idea apparently being that the pancreas is an organ composed entirely of glandular flesh])