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    Comprising

    "She recently moved to France to provide legal assistance to Prof. Honneger, one of 18 experts comprising the Committee."

    Is "comprising" correct? Shouldn't it be "making up"? I thought "to comprise" meant to include.

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    Re: Comprising

    Quote Originally Posted by Jasmin165 View Post
    "She recently moved to France to provide legal assistance to Prof. Honneger, one of 18 experts comprising the Committee."

    Is "comprising" correct? Shouldn't it be "making up"? I thought "to comprise" meant to include.

    Thanks!
    I'd use "making up".

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