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Composition may refer to:
- Composition doll, a doll made of a wood based composite material
- Composition roller, cast from a hide glue and molasses used in brayers and inking rollers for letterpress and other relief printing
- Composition studies, the professional field of writing instruction
- Composition (visual arts), the plan, placement or arrangement of the elements of art in a work
- Dance composition, practice and teaching of choreography
- Digital compositing, the practice of digitally piecing together a video
- Musical composition, an original piece of music and its creation
- Composition ornament or 'compo', moulded resin mixture used to form decorative mouldings, particularly for picture frames.
- Compositing window manager a component of a computer's graphical user interface that draws windows and/or their borders
- Function composition (computer science), an act or mechanism to combine simple functions to build more complicated ones
- Object composition, combining simpler data types into more complex data types, or function calls into calling functions
- Composition (language), in literature and rhetoric, producing a work in spoken tradition and written discourse, to include visuals and digital space
- Compounding is also known as composition in linguistic language
- A law of composition, usually called a binary function
- Composition (combinatorics), a way of writing a positive integer as a sum of positive integers
- Function composition, an operation that takes functions and gives a single function as the result
- Relation composition, an operation that takes relations and gives a single relation as the result
- Composition (logical fallacy), in which one assumes that a whole has a property solely because its various parts have that property
- Food composition data, information on nutritionally important components of food
- Early Germanic law, concerning the use of the term composition, or making a payment instead of receiving a punishment. With reference to the modern period, see Ausgleich, also called the Composition of 1867.
- Compose key, a key on a computer keyboard
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