“The classification system, of course, is not supposed to be used for political purposes,” Bunn said.
The real problem with classification is that an enormous amount is classified that needs to be public.
You still have to manage the vendor and the classification of everything in your inventory under the tax laws of many states.
He likens the current classification system to a low fence of security around a large prairie of information.
But Doyle said Fearey never raised any concerns about classification.
But other astronomers do not agree with this classification.
The classification into "land-holding, etc." is a rough one.
Gertrude was the one woman—Eleanor had 135 not yet attained the inches for that classification—to whom he ever talked business.
Here, then, is the substance of the argument from classification.
The first is documentary, and aims at the collection, centralisation and classification of all information bearing on food reform.
classification clas·si·fi·ca·tion (klās'ə-fĭ-kā'shən)
A systematic arrangement into classes or groups.
The systematic grouping of organisms into categories on the basis of evolutionary or structural relationships between them; taxonomy.
The systematic grouping of organisms according to the structural or evolutionary relationships among them. Organisms are normally classified by observed similarities in their body and cell structure or by evolutionary relationships based on the analysis of sequences of their DNA. See more at cladistics, Linnean. See Table at taxonomy.