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classify

(klăs′ə-fī′)
tr.v. classi·fied, classi·fying, classi·fies
1. To arrange or organize according to class or category.
2. To designate (a document, for example) as confidential, secret, or top secret.

clas′si·fi′a·ble adj.

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Q. How are Heart Murmurs Classified? What are the characteristics of different heart murmurs?

A. Heart murmurs are charachterized by their location, their strength, their timing, whether or not they radiate and so on. For example, this is a sound of a heart murmur compatible with a disease called aortic stenosis-
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/medther/Cardiology/audio/as.wav
Notice that the murmur begin with the heart sound and lasts all through the beat.

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Precisely, online classified ads have brought a complete metamorphosis of internet marketing.
AdStar's ad transaction infrastructure powers classified ad sales for more than 40 of the largest newspapers in the United States, CareerBuilder, and a growing number of other online and print media companies.
By adding AdStar's new Rimfire photo service module, newspaper customers can cost-effectively outsource online photo services to generate new classified ad revenue while continuing to focus on their core competencies.
Classified ads offering stimulating massages and other thinly veiled sex services are ubiquitous in local Chinese- and English-language papers.
Wilmington, DE, October 14, 2016 --(PR.com)-- The classified ads software development company WorksForWeb has announced the release of their modified website containing fresh, user-friendly and intuitive design.
Total ad revenue declined 7.7 percent, to $130.6 million, year-over-year, with classified ad revenue off 12.3 percent, to $33.9 million, niche publication revenue down 11.9 percent, to $3.1 million, national down 8.9 percent, to $8.7 million, and retail down 7.9 percent, to $73-1/2 million.
The combined entity of Blocket and Finnmer will be the leading site for classified ads on the net in Sweden," Schibsted said.
However, registered employers need to pay for their classified ad placement which gives them access to receive name and contact information for the resumes that match their ad.
After all, how is a job hunter looking to become, say, an operations manager supposed to interpret "Big Brother's Little Helper" when they see it as a job title posted on an online job site or in a classified ad?
Lawry placed a classified ad in The New York Times: "Multiple Sclerosis.

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