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(Computing) Short for assembly language
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  1. (Computing) Short for assembly language
  2. The act of putting together such set of pieces.
  3. (Computers) An assembly language.
A group of organisms ranking above a genus and below an order. The names of families end in –ae, a plural ending in Latin. In the animal kingdom, family names end in –idae, as in Canidae (dogs and their kin), while those in the plant kingdom usually end in –aceae, as in Rosaceae (roses and their kin).
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  1. A group of organisms ranking above a genus and below an order. The names of families end in –ae, a plural ending in Latin. In the animal kingdom, family names end in –idae, as in Canidae (dogs and their kin), while those in the plant kingdom usually end in –aceae, as in Rosaceae (roses and their kin).
  2. Characteristic of or suitable for a family, esp. one regarded as traditional or typical; wholesome, middle-class, etc.
  3. Being suitable for a family:
(Archaic) Related by birth or common origin
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  1. (Archaic) Related by birth or common origin
  2. Having a similar or related origin, nature, or character:
  3. Of the same ancestry or family:
A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
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  1. A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
  2. A large number of things positioned or considered together.
  3. A group of people attending a public function; an audience:
The totality of people regarded as forming a community of interdependent individuals:
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  1. The totality of people regarded as forming a community of interdependent individuals:
  2. Companionship; company:
  3. An organization or association of persons engaged in a common profession, activity, or interest:
A bunch, collection, or group
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  1. A bunch, collection, or group
  2. (Informal) A large amount; a lot:
  3. A number of things tied, wrapped, or otherwise held together
A collection of artifacts from a single datable component of an archaeological site. Depending on the site and culture, an assemblage may be associated with a single limited activity, as with stone tools found at a butchering site, or may reflect a broad range of cultural life, as with artifacts that are found in a communal living site.
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  1. A collection of artifacts from a single datable component of an archaeological site. Depending on the site and culture, an assemblage may be associated with a single limited activity, as with stone tools found at a butchering site, or may reflect a broad range of cultural life, as with artifacts that are found in a communal living site.
  2. A group of persons or things gathered together; assembly
  3. A form of art involving the assembly and arrangement of unrelated objects, parts, and materials in a kind of sculptured collage
(Computing) In Microsoft .NET, a building block of an application, similar to a DLL, but containing both executable code and information normally found in a DLL's type library. The type library information in an assembly, called a manifest, describes public functions, data, classes, and version information.
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  1. (Computing) In Microsoft .NET, a building block of an application, similar to a DLL, but containing both executable code and information normally found in a DLL's type library. The type library information in an assembly, called a manifest, describes public functions, data, classes, and version information.
  2. The act of putting together such set of pieces.
  3. A legislative body
The physical aspect of a person as opposed to the spirit; the flesh.
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  1. The physical aspect of a person as opposed to the spirit; the flesh.
  2. A group of individuals regarded as an entity; a corporation.
  3. A number of persons, concepts, or things regarded as a group:
(Mil.) A body of troops; specif., the lowest administrative unit, as of infantry, normally composed of two or more platoons and a headquarters
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  1. (Mil.) A body of troops; specif., the lowest administrative unit, as of infantry, normally composed of two or more platoons and a headquarters
  2. A group of individuals, such as an association, corporation, partnership, or union, associated for the purpose of carrying out, maintaining, or performing a commercial or industrial enterprise. A group of individuals, such as an association, corporation, partnership, or union, associated for the purpose of carrying out, maintaining, or performing a commercial or industrial enterprise.
  3. The state of friendly companionship; fellowship:
An informal social gathering or meeting
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  1. An informal social gathering or meeting
  2. (Informal) A meeting or gathering; a party or social function.
  3. A meeting.
Something which is set
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  1. Something which is set
  2. A group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used:
  3. A setting or being set
To cause (a meeting, etc.) to take place, as by calling its participants
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  1. To cause (a meeting, etc.) to take place, as by calling its participants
  2. To come together usually for an official or public purpose; assemble formally.
  3. To cause to come together formally; convoke:
To call for and obtain payment of:
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  1. To call for and obtain payment of:
  2. To bring together in a group or mass; gather:
  3. To gather; assemble
To summon up; muster:
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  1. To summon up; muster:
  2. To come together in a group; assemble:
  3. To harvest or pick:
Of, or relating to, tribes
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  1. Of, or relating to, tribes
  2. Based on or organized according to tribes.
  3. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a tribe.
Of, belonging to, or shared by the people of a community; public.
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  1. Of, belonging to, or shared by the people of a community; public.
  2. Designating or of social or economic organization in which there is common ownership of property
  3. Of or relating to a community.
Having to do with a difference in race; between races
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  1. Having to do with a difference in race; between races
  2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of race or races.
  3. Arising from or based on differences among human racial groups:
An assembling or being assembled
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  1. An assembling or being assembled
  2. A form of art involving the assembly and arrangement of unrelated objects, parts, and materials in a kind of sculptured collage
  3. A group of persons or things gathered together; assembly
(Finance) The action of investors buying an asset from other investors when the price of the asset is low.
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  1. (Finance) The action of investors buying an asset from other investors when the price of the asset is low.
  2. The process of growing into a heap or a large amount.
  3. Accumulated or collected material; heap
An assorting or being assorted; classification
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  1. An assorting or being assorted; classification
  2. The act of assorting; separation into classes.
  3. A collection of various kinds; a variety.
(Chem.) A uniting of substances to form a compound
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  1. (Chem.) A uniting of substances to form a compound
  2. (Mathematics) One or more elements selected from a set without regard to the order of selection.
  3. A combining or being combined
A correlation or causal connection:
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  1. A correlation or causal connection:
  2. An organized body of people who have an interest, activity, or purpose in common; a society.
  3. An organization of persons having common interests, purposes, etc.; society; league
A group of people organized for a common purpose, especially a group that meets regularly:
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  1. A group of people organized for a common purpose, especially a group that meets regularly:
  2. (Short for) club sandwich
  3. (Sports) An athletic team or organization.
To send or submit (copy) to a newspaper.
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  1. To send or submit (copy) to a newspaper.
  2. To smooth, reduce, or remove with or as if with a file.
  3. To initiate (a lawsuit):
To associate with others; keep company.
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  1. To associate with others; keep company.
  2. To agree in kind; fall into the same class.
  3. To sort or classify
(Music) To adapt (a composition) to other instruments or voices than those for which it was written, or to the style of a certain band or orchestra
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  1. (Music) To adapt (a composition) to other instruments or voices than those for which it was written, or to the style of a certain band or orchestra
  2. To plan or prepare for:
  3. To put into a specific order or relation; dispose:
(Comput.) A group of two or more logically related elements, identified by a single name and usually stored in consecutive storage locations in main memory
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  1. (Comput.) A group of two or more logically related elements, identified by a single name and usually stored in consecutive storage locations in main memory
  2. An impressive display of assembled persons or things
  3. (Computers) A group of memory elements accessed by one or more indices.
(Uncountable) A subgenre of roguelikes, characterised by non-rushed gameplay, levels not being saved upon being left, large amount of items and a steep power curve.
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  1. (Uncountable) A subgenre of roguelikes, characterised by non-rushed gameplay, levels not being saved upon being left, large amount of items and a steep power curve.
  2. A group of musicians playing together, esp. upon wind and percussion instruments
  3. A thin strip of flexible material used to encircle and bind one object or to hold a number of objects together:
The quantity of anything made in one operation or lot
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  1. The quantity of anything made in one operation or lot
  2. A group of programs, instructions, etc. for processing by a computer in a single run
  3. A number of things or persons taken as a group; lot; set
A group, esp. of girls or women
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  1. A group, esp. of girls or women
  2. A large group or collection.
  3. Any group or collection
The physical aspect of a person as opposed to the spirit; the flesh.
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  1. The physical aspect of a person as opposed to the spirit; the flesh.
  2. Anything having real or material substance or form; any physical or perceptible object
  3. A number of persons, concepts, or things regarded as a group:
A group of like items or individuals gathered or placed together:
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  1. A group of like items or individuals gathered or placed together:
  2. (Informal) A considerable number or amount; a lot:
  3. A group of things growing close together; a cluster or clump:
A clustered mass; a lump:
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  1. A clustered mass; a lump:
  2. A mass of bacteria
  3. A heavy dull sound; a thud.
(Phonet.) A group of nonsyllabic phonemes, esp. a group of two or more consecutive consonants
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  1. (Phonet.) A group of nonsyllabic phonemes, esp. a group of two or more consecutive consonants
  2. A group of academic courses in a related area.
  3. A number of things of the same sort gathered together or growing together; bunch
A woman's small handbag with no handle or strap, held in the hand
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  1. A woman's small handbag with no handle or strap, held in the hand
  2. A number of persons, animals, or things gathered together; cluster
  3. The complete set of eggs produced or incubated at one time.
Things collected, specif., as in a hobby
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  1. Things collected, specif., as in a hobby
  2. A group of objects or works to be seen, studied, or kept together.
  3. A line of products produced for one season, as those developed by a designer:
A lump or knob in a thread, cord, etc., formed by passing one free end through a loop and drawing it tight, or by a tangle drawn tight
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  1. A lump or knob in a thread, cord, etc., formed by passing one free end through a loop and drawing it tight, or by a tangle drawn tight
  2. A fastening made by tying together lengths of material, such as rope, in a prescribed way.
  3. The round, often darker cross section of such a lump as it appears on a piece of cut lumber.
Miscellaneous articles sold as one unit:
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  1. Miscellaneous articles sold as one unit:
  2. An object used in making a determination or choice at random:
  3. The use of objects in making a determination or choice at random:
A person who participates or is concerned in an action, proceeding, plan, etc.
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  1. A person who participates or is concerned in an action, proceeding, plan, etc.
  2. A group of people who have gathered to participate in an activity:
  3. A person or group involved in an enterprise; a participant or accessory:
Receiving equipment for radio or television assembled, as in a case or cabinet, for use
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  1. Receiving equipment for radio or television assembled, as in a case or cabinet, for use
  2. (Printing) The width of the body of a piece of type
  3. A group of things of the same kind that belong together and are so used:
(R.C.Ch.) The private meeting of the cardinals to elect a pope
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  1. (R.C.Ch.) The private meeting of the cardinals to elect a pope
  2. Any private or secret meeting
  3. A secret or confidential meeting.
A meeting for consultation or discussion.
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  1. A meeting for consultation or discussion.
  2. A national or district governing body of the Methodist Church
  3. An assembly of clerical or of clerical and lay members from a particular district in various Protestant churches.
A body of assembled people or things; a gathering.
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  1. A body of assembled people or things; a gathering.
  2. A division of an order, made up of a group of monasteries
  3. (Bible) The whole body or assembly of Israelites
A formal assembly, conference, or meeting of delegates or representatives. A formal assembly, conference, or meeting of delegates or representatives. To meet at a congress. The legislature of various countries.
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  1. A formal assembly, conference, or meeting of delegates or representatives. A formal assembly, conference, or meeting of delegates or representatives. To meet at a congress. The legislature of various countries.
  2. The body of Senators and Representatives during any of the two-year terms of Representatives
  3. The national legislative body of a nation, especially a republic.
An assembly, often periodical, of members or delegates, as of a political, social, professional, or religious group
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  1. An assembly, often periodical, of members or delegates, as of a political, social, professional, or religious group
  2. A practice or procedure widely observed in a group, especially to facilitate social interaction; a custom:
  3. The body of persons attending such an assembly:
A group of people convoked, especially the members of a college or university community who are assembled for a ceremony.
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  1. A group of people convoked, especially the members of a college or university community who are assembled for a ceremony.
  2. The district represented at such an assembly.
  3. A group that has been convoked; esp., an ecclesiastical or academic assembly
A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
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  1. A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
  2. A large number of things positioned or considered together.
  3. A group of people attending a public function; an audience:
A meeting or get-together; a party or social function.
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  1. A meeting or get-together; a party or social function.
  2. (bookbinding) A section, a group of bifolios, or sheets of paper, stacked together and folded in half.
  3. An assembly of persons; a meeting.
An assembly; a gathering to discuss or decide matters
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  1. An assembly; a gathering to discuss or decide matters
  2. An encounter between people, even accidental.
  3. The act or process or an instance of coming together; an encounter.
The roll, or list, of persons in a military or naval unit
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  1. The roll, or list, of persons in a military or naval unit
  2. A gathering or collection:
  3. A gathering, especially of troops, for service, inspection, review, or roll call.
A group of persons, animals, or, formerly, things; herd, flock, band, etc.
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  1. A group of persons, animals, or, formerly, things; herd, flock, band, etc.
  2. An armored cavalry unit that corresponds to a company of infantry
  3. A body of soldiers
A complete or recurring series, usually ending as it began; cycle; period
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  1. A complete or recurring series, usually ending as it began; cycle; period
  2. A series or process that finishes at its starting point or continuously repeats itself; a cycle.
  3. A plane figure bounded by a single curved line, every point of which is equally distant from the point at the center of the figure
A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
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  1. A group of people united by a common characteristic, as age, interest, or vocation:
  2. A large number of things positioned or considered together.
  3. (Informal) A group of people having something in common; set; clique
To gather into a group; collect
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  1. To gather into a group; collect
  2. To fit or put together the parts of (a machine, etc.)
  3. To bring or call together into a group or whole:
To give the command for; order:
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  1. To give the command for; order:
  2. To force the sale of (a stock or commodity) by exercising a call option.
  3. To declare in the capacity of an umpire or referee:
To gather or grow in a cluster or clusters
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  1. To gather or grow in a cluster or clusters
  2. To cause to grow or form into bunches.
To come together in a group or mass; gather:
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  1. To come together in a group or mass; gather:
  2. To call for (someone); pick up:
  3. To call for and obtain payment of:
To gather into a mass or crowd; collect; assemble
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  1. To gather into a mass or crowd; collect; assemble
  2. To bring or come together in a group, crowd, or assembly.
To cause to assemble in a meeting; convene.
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  1. To cause to assemble in a meeting; convene.
  2. To call together for a meeting; summon to assemble; convene
To draw (something or someone) closer to oneself:
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  1. To draw (something or someone) closer to oneself:
  2. To get or collect gradually from various places, sources, etc.; amass; accumulate
  3. To come together in a group; assemble:
To assemble or summon (troops, etc.), as for inspection, roll call, or service
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  1. To assemble or summon (troops, etc.), as for inspection, roll call, or service
  2. To come together or gather; specif., to assemble as for inspection or roll call
  3. To put through a roll call
To gather (cattle) together by riding around them.
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  1. To gather (cattle) together by riding around them.
  2. (Arithmetic) To round (a number) to the smallest integer that is not less than it, or to some other greater value, especially a whole number of hundreds, thousands, etc.
  3. (Idiomatic) To collect or gather (something) together.
To call together; convene:
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  1. To call together; convene:
  2. To call forth; rouse
  3. To order to come or appear; call for or send for with authority or urgency
To bring or call together into a group or whole:
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  1. To bring or call together into a group or whole:
  2. To fit or put together the parts of (a machine, etc.)
  3. To gather into a group; collect
To cause to grow or form into bunches.
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  1. To cause to grow or form into bunches.
  2. To gather or grow in a cluster or clusters
To bring or come together in a group, crowd, or assembly.
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  1. To bring or come together in a group, crowd, or assembly.
  2. To gather into a mass or crowd; collect; assemble
To come together usually for an official or public purpose; assemble formally.
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  1. To come together usually for an official or public purpose; assemble formally.
  2. To meet together; assemble, esp. for a common purpose
  3. To cause to come together formally; convoke:
To gather together; assemble.
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  1. To gather together; assemble.
  2. (Intransitive) To assemble or gather together in one place, to gather up; to congregate.
  3. To come together; meet; assemble
To put through a roll call
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  1. To put through a roll call
  2. To cause to come together; gather:
  3. To assemble or gather:
To separate into groups according to kind; classify.
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  1. To separate into groups according to kind; classify.
  2. To agree in kind; fall into the same class.
  3. To sort or arrange according to characteristic or class.
To place in a category; classify
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  1. To place in a category; classify
  2. To put into a category or categories; classify.
  3. To assign a category; to divide into classes.
To put in a class; classify
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  1. To put in a class; classify
  2. A taxonomic category of organisms ranking above an order and below a phylum or division. In modern taxonomic schemes, the names of classes end in –phyceae for the various groups of algae, –mycetes for fungi, and –opsida for plants (as in Liliopsida, the class of plants also termed monocotyledons). The names of classes belonging to phyla of the animal kingdom, however, are formed in various ways, as Osteichthyes the bony fishes, Aves, the birds, and Mammalia, the mammals, all of which are classes belonging to the subphylum Vertebrata (the vertebrates) in the phylum Chordata.
  3. To arrange, group, or rate according to qualities or characteristics; assign to a class; classify.
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  1. To identify by or divide into classes; to categorize.
  2. To arrange or group in classes according to some system or principle
  3. To arrange or organize according to class or category.
To put in the pigeonhole of a desk, etc.
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  1. To put in the pigeonhole of a desk, etc.
  2. To place or file in a small compartment or recess.
  3. To assign to a category or categories; classify
To place in different groups; sort:
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  1. To place in different groups; sort:
  2. To single out or set apart from others for a special purpose; sort; segregate
  3. To put space between; space apart or scatter:
(Comput.) To arrange data or a group of records in a particular way, as chronologically or alphabetically, for more efficient access
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  1. (Comput.) To arrange data or a group of records in a particular way, as chronologically or alphabetically, for more efficient access
  2. To separate from others:
  3. To place or arrange according to class, kind, or size; classify:
To put into a category or categories; classify.
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  1. To put into a category or categories; classify.
  2. To assign a category; to divide into classes.
  3. To place in a category; classify
To put in a class; classify
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  1. To put in a class; classify
  2. A taxonomic category of organisms ranking above an order and below a phylum or division. In modern taxonomic schemes, the names of classes end in –phyceae for the various groups of algae, –mycetes for fungi, and –opsida for plants (as in Liliopsida, the class of plants also termed monocotyledons). The names of classes belonging to phyla of the animal kingdom, however, are formed in various ways, as Osteichthyes the bony fishes, Aves, the birds, and Mammalia, the mammals, all of which are classes belonging to the subphylum Vertebrata (the vertebrates) in the phylum Chordata.
  3. To arrange, group, or rate according to qualities or characteristics; assign to a class; classify.
To arrange or group in classes according to some system or principle
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  1. To arrange or group in classes according to some system or principle
  2. To arrange or organize according to class or category.
  3. To place in a class or category
To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
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  1. To apportion so as to be evenly spread throughout a given area:
  2. (Logic) To use (a term) so as to include all individuals or entities of a given class.
  3. To place in separate pieces or examples over an area; scatter:
To arrange or classify by grades; rate according to quality, rank, worth, etc.; sort
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  1. To arrange or classify by grades; rate according to quality, rank, worth, etc.; sort
  2. To determine the quality of (academic work, for example); evaluate:
  3. To assume an indicated rank or position in a series; be of a certain grade
To put in the pigeonhole of a desk, etc.
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  1. To put in the pigeonhole of a desk, etc.
  2. To assign to a category or categories; classify
  3. To place or file in a small compartment or recess.
To appoint to a post:
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  1. To appoint to a post:
  2. To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
  3. To arrange for the publication or display of:
The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
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  1. The difference between the smallest and largest values in a set of data. If the lowest test score of a group of students is 54 and the highest is 94, the range is 40.
  2. To look over something or around an area or place:
  3. To place with others in a cause, party, etc.
(Archaic) To form a rank or move in ranks
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  1. (Archaic) To form a rank or move in ranks
  2. To engage in carping criticism. Often used with on:
  3. To place in a rank or ranks
(Informal) To have status, importance, or influence:
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  1. (Informal) To have status, importance, or influence:
  2. To put into a particular class or rank
  3. To place in a particular class, rank, or grade:
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