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(biology) In biological classification, a subdivision of phylum and forms a group of related orders. For example, all mammals belong to the class Mammalia and all birds to the class Aves. Among plants, all class names end in `idae` (such as Asteridae) and among fungi in `mycetes...
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Class

Class is slang for style.
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Class

Class is slang for style.
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CLASS

acronym: Cross-chain Loran Atmospheric Sounding System
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Class

a higher taxon consisting of one or more orders and distinct from other taxa of similar rank
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Class

In classification, a class is a group of related or similar organisms. A class contains one or more orders. A group of similar classes forms a phylum.
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Class

Is the total of all options of the same type, put or call, which have the same expiration date.
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Class

Although it is one of the most frequently used concepts in sociology, there is no clear agreement about how the notion should best be defined. For Marx a class was a group of people standing in a common relationship to the means of production. Weber also saw class as an economic category, but stressed its interaction with social status and the affi...
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class

[n] - a league ranked by quality 2. [n] - a body of students who graduate together 3. [n] - a body of students who are taught together 4. [n] - (biology) a taxonomic group containing one or more orders 5. [n] - a collection of things sharing a common attribute 6. [n] - people having the same social or economic status 7. [...
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Class

All listed options of a particular type (i.e. call or put) or style (American or European) on a... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/class.htm?id=2046&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of class'>more</a>
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Class

Series of designations ie Class 1000.
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Class

Most people associate a ‘class` with being a group of individuals who are learning together under the direction of a tutor. However, at university, the score you obtain for your undergraduate degree is ranked according to its ‘class`, which is divided into three tiers – from first to third class. The highest award you can achieve...
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Class

in taxonomy, a group of orders with shared characteristics. For example, Mammals are a class of vertebrates which are warm-blooded and give birth to live young which they breast-feed. This includes humans, cows, whales and cats
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CLASS

Clinical Anatomy Interactive Lesson
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Class

Securities, the rights attaching to which are or will be identical and which form a single issue or series of issues.
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Class

national insurance contributions are divided into four classes. The class you pay depends on whether you are an employee, are selfemployed or are paying voluntary contributions.
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class

National insurance contributions are divided into four classes. The class you pay depends on whether you are an employee, are self-employed or are paying voluntary contributions.
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Class

Class (klȧs) noun [ French classe , from Latin classis class, collection, fleet; akin to Greek klh^sis a calling, kalei^n to call, English claim , haul .] 1. A group of individuals ranked together as possessing common characteristics; a...
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Class

Class transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Classed ; present participle & verbal noun Classing .] [ Confer French classer . See Class , noun ] 1. To arrange in classes; to classify ...
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Class

Class intransitive verb To grouped or classed. « The genus or famiky under which it classes . Tatham. »
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class

<biology> A taxonomic classification between division or phylum and order. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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class

category noun a collection of things sharing a common attribute; `there are two classes of detergents`
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class

noun elegance in dress or behavior; `she has a lot of class`
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class

socio-economic class noun people having the same social or economic status; `the working class`; `an emerging professional class`
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