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a unit in a classification system.
Major Diagnostic category a group of similar diagnosis-related groups, such as all those affecting a given organ system of the body.
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For example, E&J Gallo Winery helped one of its retail partners align its business goals and category objectives by focusing on two non-Gallo brands to pursue maximum category lift.
2) Ian Shin, a student at Valley View Elementary School, won first prize in the first- through third-grade poster category.
Davis Arts Building and Sound Portraits Production, both in the Office category (Fort Greene).
The book requires a solid background in theories of human behavior and the usual description within each category from which to reflect, compare, and contrast how these differ between categories.
Their initial discussion board postings were primarily Category "A" or Category "B" comments.
New to the 2003 Super Brand study, the category of crop insurance is inhabited by undifferentiated brands.
This category also includes claims representing capital of a qualifying securities firm.
In the aluminum under 1 lb category, two winning entries were selected.
Category B designs are those in which flow in the transfer pad has more effect on mold filling time than flow through sprues.
An agreement was recorded if both mother and child mentioned a stress in the same category or if neither had a response in a particular category.
Over the past decade, researchers have found that adults group the smallest units of language -- consonant and vowel sounds -- into acoustic categories and that they perceive some sounds as better examples of a category than others.
5 Number of Room Nights Available by Hotel Category