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  • verb Present participle of class.

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Examples

  • To put them together in an intelligible form, the idea of classing the authors, according to the subjects on which they principally wrote, naturally presented itself.

    Arabic Authors A Manual of Arabian History and Literature

  • When engaged in 1828 in preparing for the press the treatise on geology above alluded to, I conceived the idea of classing the whole of this series of strata according to the different degrees of affinity which their fossil testacea bore to the living fauna.

    The Antiquity of Man

  • Also, note the idea of classing all the sugars together in the ingredients list, which specifically defeats food companies 'technique of using a half dozen forms of sugar to hide the fact that it's often the number one ingredient by weight.

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  • The 'classing' doesn't always correlate to the actual speeds.

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  • The 'classing' doesn't always correlate to the actual speeds.

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  • I would think that a classing would be a gun that you could find in almost any hunters gun cabinet.

    Connecticut Shotgun Model 21

  • Most Westerners made the mistake of classing Dr. Salama with the hard-line Islamists.

    Day of Honey

  • Winona did a double take seeing the brooding male sexpot classing up the joint.

    Mercy Kill

  • Not wishing to be dismissive of their efforts, this could hardly justify classing these departments and officers within the “response” category.

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  • I would think that a classing would be a gun that you could find in almost any hunters gun cabinet.

    Connecticut Shotgun Model 21

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