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composed of (something)

Made up of (something); consisting of (something). This paint is actually composed of several natural ingredients. Your grade is composed of several factors, such as homework, projects, and test scores.
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composed of something

assembled or made out of something. This cloth is composed of a number of different kinds of fibers. The committee is composed of people from every department.
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In addition, Filipino rock band Silent Sanctuary will perform at the concert as well as dance trio VinSuriChan, composed of Vince Igno, Dasuri Choi, and Phoi Chan, known for their dance covers of K-pop groups such as Big Bang and Infinite.
Outdoor Overture," composed by Aaron Copland; "Shine," composed by Julie Giroux; "American Salute," composed by Morton Gould; and many other popular musical themes inspired by American composers.
Sarwar Shah, an old fan of Nisar Bazmi, said that he used to watch films eagerly whose music was composed by the great musician.
Secondly, there are cases in which the two objects have their composition, and thus their existence, grounded (at least partly) in extrinsic relations in which their shared parts stand to external things (both of them are extrinsically composed).
The lack of training gives credence to the view in the music community that educational music is of a lower quality than music composed for professionals (Colgrass, 2004; Hatrik 2002; Ross 1995).
Javed Akhtar wrote the lyrics and Shankar-Ehsaan-Loy composed the music for the song that says about the loneliness of the protagonist.
Both of these songs belong to Korngold's opus 9, Sechs einfache Lieder, early songs composed in his teens.
The song is written by Ahmad Alwi, composed by Hisham Al Sakran and
The two greatest are undoubtedly Bach's Goldberg Variations and those Beethoven composed to an 1819 commission from the publisher Anton Diabelli, who had the shrewd idea of inviting various fashionable composers, including Schubert and the eightyear-old Liszt, each to compose a variation on a tawdry little waltz tune he himself had composed.
According to the Constitution, the new Government must be composed on 10 August at the latest.
I have already composed some tracks and he has said that he loved them.
2 : to be the parts or materials of <This cloth is composed of silk and wool.>
Herman Stein, who composed music for many of Universal's 1950s science-fiction and horror films, died of congestive heart failure March 15 in Los Angeles.
Membership: The committee is composed of Directors of Benefits.
"The first ballad to be composed by an electronic computer will be played July 15 in a science show on television.