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  • The second category contained the force that would eventually bear his name.
  • One notable and growing long-distance train category is high-speed rail.
  • They need to place people into distinct categories to know how we should feel about them.
  • Initially, separate award categories were established for black-and-white films and color films.
  • A special category in this field is format for computer video games.
  • This process can be extended for all natural numbers n, and these are called n-categories.
  • Usually, only three films are nominated each year rather than five as in most categories.
  • Most classes run a light and heavy category (with some running super heavy).
  • The competition is now held every two years in three changing categories.
  • Category theory has been applied in other fields as well.
  • Persons in these latter categories would be killed even if married to non-Jews.
  • The common good of the world is of a category superior to the good of each state.
  • Medical personnel of all categories shall be allowed to carry out their duties.
  • If a person is not in any of these categories, then a common law name change is allowed.
  • Animals as a category have several characteristics that generally set them apart from other living things.
  • The only category that really matters in the world is whether you are in Christ.
  • The team ranked last or near the bottom in almost every offensive category.
  • Two categories are at the species level; two, at the individual level.
  • For the most part this category or expert systems was not all that successful.
  • There is almost an equal amount of men and women in the non-farm self-employment category.
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Meaning of category

  • noun A general concept that marks divisions or coordinations in a conceptual scheme