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subclass

In programming, to add custom processing to an existing function or subroutine by hooking into the routine at a predefined point and adding additional lines of code.
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Gamerant claimed an insider, digging deeper into the programming system of "Destiny," has revealed some interesting details about the much speculated third subclass.
The first reportedly refers to the Titan's subclass called Crusader.
A total of 27 patients fulfilling the diagnostic criteria of selective IgA deficiency were evaluated for IgG subclass and MBL deficiencies after a thorough medical history, physical examination and pertinent evaluation for concomitant medical conditions.
b) Subclass 2: All Class Members who worked shifts of at least six hours during the Class Period whose time records show less than a 30-minute meal period [the "SHORT MEAL-PERIOD SUBCLASS"].
NEW YORK -- Lease Investment Flight Trust ("LIFT") announced today modifications to certain of the amendments (the "Proposed Amendments") proposed to the indenture governing its Subclass A-l Notes, Subclass A-2 Notes, Subclass A-3 Notes, Subclass B-1 Notes, Subclass B-2 Notes, Subclass C-1 Notes, Subclass C-2 Notes, Subclass D-1 Notes and Subclass D-2 Notes (collectively, the "Notes").
NEW YORK -- Lease Investment Flight Trust ("LIFT") announced today that the expiration date for the previously announced solicitation of consents to various amendments (the "Proposed Amendments") to the indenture governing its Subclass A-l Notes, Subclass A-2 Notes, Subclass A-3 Notes, Subclass B-1 Notes, Subclass B-2 Notes, Subclass C-1 Notes, Subclass C-2 Notes, Subclass D-1 Notes and Subclass D-2 Notes (collectively, the "Notes") has been extended until 5:00 p.
The re-opened class 2006-A8 notes will form a part of the same subclass of the issuance trust's outstanding $500 million class 2006-A8 notes issued on Dec.