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Composite or compositing may refer to:



  • Composite number, a positive integer that has at least one factor other than one or itself




  • Composite card, a marketing tool for actors and models
  • Composite character, a character in an adaptation of a work formed from two or more characters from the original work
  • Composite order, in architecture, a type of capital on a column
  • Composite motion, in parliamentary procedure, created by assimilating multiple motions into one
  • Facial composite, an approximate likeness of a person's face based on an eyewitness's description
  • Composite (finance), a proxy for financial markets performance
  • Composite coach, a railway carriage with seating for more than one class of passenger

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