People are free to meditate anywhere within the compound .
Taxpayers, however, run into problems because of the city's high compound interest rate applied to unpaid amounts - a steep 18 per cent a year.
Once the active chemical compound has been identified, its molecular structure must be determined.
So in this pundit's view, the spelling determines compound status and thus the plural.
We compound various strengths and combinations of thyroid hormone.
Inflation and tax will eat into the value of any savings, and a poor interest rate will only compound this.
You seem to have this compound conception of what it means for civil society to be engaged in a movement, as opposed to focusing on an individual leader or a particular party.
That is, they cannot be used in isolation but must occur either as part of a compound word or with a possessive prefix.
Dr. Miller says a compound called nitric oxide is known to play a role in the dilation of the endothelium.
The empirical formula of a compound is that which is obtained through laboratory research.