from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A subdivision that has common differentiating characteristics within a larger category.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. With respect to a given category, a more narrow category.
- n. A subclass of a category which is itself a category, whose arrows are a restriction of the arrows of the parent category, and whose composition rule is a restriction of the parent category's
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"The subcategory is the devaluation of peoples homes, and unemployment is right up there."
I have flagged this video on YouTube for "Hateful and abusive content" subcategory "bullying" -- everyone else should do the same.
There's always strange stuff for sale on eBay — does anybody really need elk antlers? — but some of the strangest is in a category called "Collectibles: Christianity," subcategory "Relics."
SubCategory to Product (on "subcategory" field) shubham. mvp:
As much as Cisco says UCS is a "subcategory" of servers, as you can see in this blog entry, the collection of new products does include, well, blade servers.
Within the Design category, there is a Digital Art subcategory which is divided further into Altered Images, Cards, Tags and Other.
The tone of this one got a little folksy for me at times, but in general it was a fun coming-of-age modern fantasy, YA, subcategory: crazy family.
A special subcategory of the collection pattern is the competition pattern, where you only need a few of the pieces.
Enslavement, though probably available in some Craigslist subcategory, isn't really the best way to go about your daily business.
Before Michael there was a subcategory of literary fiction that was labeled as gay, and I don't think people do that so much anymore.
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