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The end points also reflect agency priorities, including ATSDR's seven broad categories of priority health conditions and the U.S.
The major problem with age related categories is that they are not mutually exclusive, therefore people may take on behaviors generally thought to be in one age category while chronologically being in another age, or they may lack distinguishing characteristics in one category as their age increases.
* Income tax expense is to be presented as a separate classification after the categories.
Without question, Banff 2003 is a well-finessed pitch venue and delegates split into the "been here before" and the "this is my first time" categories. The former discuss their available time in terms of which days are still open while the latter count the number of meetings they've had on digits.
culturally founded, hierarchical representation of categories. Indexing represents the process of applying these ontologies to any particular document's content in order to normalize its content.
In categories where producers perceived most brand participants as "all the same" on each of the attributes, there is opportunity for increased brand differentiation and capture of market share.
Minority males account for the same percentage of workers in two job categories shown on the graph.
For example, in addition to low cost, most categories focus on good hygiene for customers as a primary driver.
This category also includes claims (38) on, or guaranteed by, a qualifying securities firm incorporated in the United States or other member of the OECD-based group of countries (39) provided that: the qualifying securities firm has a long-term issuer credit rating, or a rating on at least one issue of long-term debt, in one of the three highest investment grade rating categories from a nationally recognized statistical rating organization; or the claim is guaranteed by the firm's parent company and the parent company has such a rating.
Did the young woman's membership in four oppressed categories make her significantly more oppressed than other Native American women or working-class lesbians?
* Invisible Web.com (www.invisibleweb.com) contains over 10,000 search engines organized into 18 subject categories and hundreds of subcategories, including investments, legal, travel, sciences and reference materials.
The competition included nine categories, four aluminum, three zinc, and two magnesium.