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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of categorize.
- adj. The characteristic of having been placed or sorted in a category or categories.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. placed in a category.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. arranged into categories
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It allows me to save pages in categorized folders, to edit the pages to only show relevant content, to highlight passages, and to annotate each page with a comment.
Engage in categorized discussions about your favorite authors?
A genre formed by some of the most influential bands like the Cro-Mags and Gorilla Biscuits, This is Hell is destined to have their name categorized as one of the last giants to help define a generation of music.
Using calls categorized by key business objectives, Quality Optimization automatically identifies changes in business KPI results and alerts supervisors to particularly challenging calls for evaluation, such as calls that require longer handling time, or issues relating to repeat calls.
"He's still kind of categorized as a newborn so, you know, he should not be that active yet," Murphy said.
The program insisted up downloading to "categorized" folders it created on my drive.
So the reduction, we kind of categorized it as, the gas price in the second half of '09 is going to be less than the gas price in the second half of' 08.
Bing offers things such as categorized search results, preview panes of content on sites in search results and a host of other features.
I don't know if the US trademark system is the same as the UK, but trademarks here are 'categorized', with technology-related stuff mostly lumped into the same category -- it would be OK to have Bing the ship-maker and
Now, many of the lots that would be kind of categorized as raw we have held for sale.