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a group of people or things arranged by class or category

restriction imposed by the government on documents or weapons that are available only to certain authorized people

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In connexion with this appellative of Whalebone whales , it is of great importance to mention, that however such a nomenclature may be convenient in facilitating allusions to some kind of whales, yet it is in vain to attempt a clear classification of the Leviathan, founded upon either his baleen, or hump, or fin, or teeth; notwithstanding that those marked parts or features very obviously seem better adapted to afford the basis for a regular system of Cetology than any other detached bodily distinctions, which the whale, in his kinds, presents.
Our ordinary distinctions become so trifling, so impalpable, so ridiculously visionary, in comparison with a classification founded on truth, that all talk about the matter is immediately a common place.
Indeed, the principle is only too universal for our purpose, and, unless we limit it, will quite break up our classification of mankind, and convert the whole procession into a funeral train.
This classification will embrace all the truly good, and none in whose souls there exists not something that may expand itself into a heaven, both of well-doing and felicity.
In his own way of acquiring knowledge, he quickly discovered, just as on the plantation house-boys were different from field-boys, that on the Arangi there was a classification of boys different from the return boys.
Then he added, "If I were commissioned to draw up a new legal code, and had previously enjoyed the privilege, as I have been doing lately, of listening to the conversation of you three young ladies, I should make precisely the same classification.
Pardon me, venerable venator; as classification is the very soul of the natural sciences, the animal or vegetable must, of necessity, be characterised by the peculiarities of its species, which is always indicated by the name--"
Classifications NISI P(NISI) r P(r) Cronquist/Dahlgren Monocotyledons (106 OTUs) 0.
4 Identification of benchmark classifications to be used to determine appropriate markets for salary survey purposes, as well as to determine the position of the county with regard to salaries for comparable jobs in appropriate markets.
Not only do personality tests spot drivers like Elaine, who look better than they are, they also identify good risks such as Tom in high-cost classifications.
Compound that by the fact that classifications and priorities can change weekly, if not more often.
Disputes over independent contractor classifications can take time and cost money.
Well-documented problems facing airlines continue to drive classifications in the lodging and transportation segment.
Studies of the social origin of elites need classifications different from those for such origins of school leavers or of workers.
For instance, the paradox of invention and discovery runs rife through our conceptions of knowledge classifications and retrieval languages.