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classify

[′klas·ə·fī]
(science and technology)
To sort into groups that have common properties.
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prevent federal departments and agencies from unnecessarily classifying information or classifying information at a higher and more restricted level than is warranted, and by doing so to promote information sharing across departments and agencies and with State, local, tribal and private sector counterparts, as appropriate.
Clients involved in building projects need to understand the importance of appropriately documenting and classifying land preparation costs.
* Consider classifying clergy as employees rather than self-employed to take advantage of nontaxable fringe benefits such as health insurance, life insurance, employer-provided retirement plans and a lower IRS audit risk.
Early childhood professionals utilize a number of enjoyable exercises and materials to enhance simple sorting and classifying skills with young learners.
The decision tree method achieved 89% accuracy in classifying samples, based on their gene expression data.
Correctly identifying a defect begins by correctly identifying the type of defect, properly classifying it as to cause and then applying those practical measures required for its elimination.
When classifying lip prints, experts divide distinguishing labial wrinkles and grooves of the lips into two categories--simple and compound.
A number of researchers also worry that classifying NOAA's EEZ data will make it awkward for U.S.
By most accounts, the process of classifying information has gotten completely out of control.
Again, by assessing and classifying data, IT better understands what data needs to be on tape at given points in time, and what should be retained on secondary storage resources.
By classifying the portfolio as "available-for-sale," you are also required to mark-to-market each security--providing much more transparency as the market value of your portfolio.
Some of the obvious tax and financial benefits to the contracting business of avoiding classifying a service provider as an employee include