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to distribute into groups according to kinds

Synonyms for classify

declare unavailable, as for security reasons

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assign to a class or kind

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The NDC is headed by a director, who is appointed by the Archivist in consultation with the secretaries of the agencies that classify significant quantities of information (i.e., the Departments of State, Defense, Energy, Homeland Security) and the Attorney General and Director of National Intelligence.
When using classification tasks it is important to remember that children are not told how to classify. Children are put in the position of having to share a system by which they come to classify or group a set of objects based on their own classification groupings.
The new government policy would require the 5,600 officials authorized to classify information to identify and describe exactly how a piece of information could threaten national security.
There are a host of reasons for the tendency to classify too much paper.
Scope and Requirements of This Statement This Statement requires an issuer to classify the following instruments as liabilities (or assets in some circumstances):
Additionally, for the first time, it grants the vice president the power to classify information.
Through a series of questions, tax software programs generally classify a home successfully.
One wonders how all these documents and data varieties will be imported into KM repositories and what metadata will be used to classify and categorize documents.
Commissioner, 350 US 46, 1955) enabled the corporation to classify the stock as ordinary.
The DOR will follow the FCBRs.(24) This will make it easier for entities to classify their business for income and franchise tax purposes.
While the ADA's legislative history and purpose suggest "employee" be defined broadly, there remains an incentive for companies to classify workers as independent contractors to avoid falling under its jurisdiction (see "ADA Compliance: Let Uncle Sam Help," JofA, Sept.
It is equally important to properly classify assets as either real property or personal property.
Davis illustrates that the IRS does not have unlimited power to classify dividend distributions as wages subject to employment taxes.