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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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We then calculated Wilks's lambda, the canonical correlation index (deviations of the between-group discriminant scores relative to the total deviations), and the percentage of correctly classified matches for each phase (preliminary, classificatory, and semi-final/bronze medal/gold medal).
Table 8 shows forms of classificatory importance, which reveal the distribution of different endings in verb classes.
In order to assess the effect of this secondary goal on the classificatory performance of the MIP model, we will also consider the model with the secondary goal of minimizing the deviation between the projected mean of the group assigned to the leftmost interval and the projected mean of the group assigned to the rightmost interval.
It is this challenge of ensuring the equivalence of the classificatory levels represented by this model's components that, as implied, the author is by no means confident of having met.
In the comments on the painting, Levi-Strauss proposes a theory of art based on a process of simplification, a theory that foreshadows the key features of pensee sauvage's classificatory systems, the text's intended focus.
As their voices blend, we see the fulfillment of what William Beers calls "one of the primary functions of ritual" which "is to allow for the transition across the contagion that lies between classificatory boundaries" (41).
Nevertheless, the student is well served in each account with data typical of most other chapters: with early documentation and modern performance practice; with classificatory and terminological explications (and some new tightening too); with overviews of mode, melody, timing (in theory and practice); and with an excellent selection of representative "history laden" items, accompanied by notations, transnotations and transcriptions, translations, excellently keyed in (as throughout the book) to the relevant audio examples.
Although Untitled Red Slabs distance the viewer from the object of its gaze, Moore is able to translate abstractions and classificatory systems into visual representations that the viewer can apprehend.
Garrett here masterfully analyzes the ambitious classificatory scheme presented in the "Essay, Supplementary to the Preface" of 1815, which replicates the methodology of the national census, producing "abstract statistical subjects marked by differences inscribed by the very analytical categories used to measure them" (66).
The distinctions we now assume to inhere between practical and fine arts were not evident to most early modern thinkers, who studied the new disciplines without our classificatory differences.
Individual teams will be monitored vis-'-vis the other teams with such classificatory variables as Team, Owner, Match Schedule, Channel, Zone, Tone and Issues.
Although the term of noun and verb classifier has been around for many years, it is noteworthy that almost no scholar has ever come forward with an authoritative definition of what exactly constitutes a linguistic classificatory phenomenon.
Poems like this one, which are more personal and searching and less immediate and classificatory, display Leo's strengths.
He argues that each of these three waves reflects national visions and classificatory regulation schemes, referring to the three periods as "the yeoman dream," "a vision of mutualistic hierarchy," and "the conservation of child-life.