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According to Gazprom, the top-priority measure was to categorise CBM as a new kind of natural resource through adding the "Coal-Bed Gas (Methane)" entry in the Russian Classified Index of Natural Resources and Underground Waters.
It is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the composer or arranger, augmented by a classified index at the back of the book that provides access by medium of performance: cello solo, cello with electronics, two or more cellos, cello and violin, cello and other instruments, two or more soloists, cello and voice, and methods and studies.
From his views, the first-generation of search engine is the artificial classified index represented by Yahoo
It intuitively recognized that the central weakness of the classified index represented by the shelf order is that it distributes many subject concepts over many fields according to the rules for combination already mentioned.
Testing the classified index by looking up four things that were on my mind, I located "Wales" easily enough under "Welsh" but discovered that for "Unitarians" I had to find "religionist: Unitarian" and for "sculptor" needed to go back to the A's and see "artist: sculptor.
Fink includes substantial notes and s classified index of the major concepts.
The main body of the catalogue is arranged by acquisition number; a classified index (divided into genres) and a title index provide acquisition numbers for each work.
The relationship between the 1980 census system and the SOC is shown in Census of Population: 1980, Classified Index of Industries and Occupations, Report PHC80-R4, final ed.
The directories, to be published in an easy-to-read format with large print, will also include a fold-out Boston map, a restaurant section with more than 40 menus and a classified index.
The relationship between the 1980 census system and the classification system is shown in Census of Population: 1980, Classified Index of Industries and Occupations, Report PHC80-R4, final ed.
New Yellow Book features include a special cross-street locator system (not available in the Bell Atlantic book), a fold-out Manhattan map, a restaurant section with more than 40 menus; a community section, a classified index, and complete Internet listings.
5 For additional information, see Census of Population: 1980, Classified Index of Industries and Occupations, Report PHC80-R4, final ed.

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