Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of subclass.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of subclass.

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Examples

  • These special cases are known as subclasses and the more general cases are known as superclasses.

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  • (See Rule 6.) (9) In arrangement of subclasses or subdivisions the miscellaneous groups containing material not falling within any of the specifically entitled subclasses, should stand first; those subclasses defined by effect or special use should precede those defined by function or general use; those containing matter that is related to the matter of other subclasses as whole to part should precede those subclasses that contain the part; and those defined by a characteristic deemed more important or significant for search purposes should precede those defined by characteristics deemed less important.

    The Classification of Patents

  • This discussion was illustrated with examples of squares repeatedly subdivided into smaller squares, sets (or classes) of organisms repeatedly divided into subsets (or subclasses) of organisms, and zygotes that repeatedly divide to form branching cell lineages.

    A New Book

  • Non-union workers and executives belong to evil subclasses of humanity, according to those in power today.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » We’re Going To Fund Health Care Reform By Cutting the Insurance Company Profits

  • These include immunoglobulin quantitation (IgG, IgG subclasses, IgA, IgM, and IgE) and measurement of functional antibodies against Tetanus and Diphtheria.

    Immunology Lab

  • The eventual subclasses of milds, lights, and ultra-lights not only threw a wrench in the works but made it nearly impossible for anyone to keep your brand straight.

    Cooperative Blog » Blog Archive » David Sedaris

  • The realy disconcerting point here is, that the bacteria have strated to combine different subclasses of IMPs – keep one, fool around with the other and see where it gets you.

    Behe's Test, Take 2

  • There is ample precedent, therefore, for the Congress to define subclasses for special tax treatment.

    Paul Abrams: 'Clawback' Mountain: Use the Tax Code

  • The much reviled US tax code contains within it thousands of special treatments and exclusions that enable small subclasses of people to enjoy deductions, credits or even exclusions from paying taxes. digg

    Paul Abrams: 'Clawback' Mountain: Use the Tax Code

  • The much reviled US tax code contains within it thousands of special treatments and exclusions that enable small subclasses of people to enjoy deductions, credits or even exclusions from paying taxes.

    Paul Abrams: 'Clawback' Mountain: Use the Tax Code

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