(n.) A group of individuals ranked together as possessing common characteristics; as, the different classes of society; the educated class; the lower classes.
(n.) A number of students in a school or college, of the same standing, or pursuing the same studies.
(n.) A comprehensive division of animate or inanimate objects, grouped together on account of their common characteristics, in any classification in natural science, and subdivided into orders, families, tribes, genera, etc.
(n.) A set; a kind or description, species or variety.
(n.) One of the sections into which a church or congregation is divided, and which is under the supervision of a class leader.
(n.) To arrange in classes; to classify or refer to some class; as, to class words or passages.
(n.) To divide into classes, as students; to form into, or place in, a class or classes.
(v. i.) To grouped or classed.
(1) The interaction of the antibody with both the bacterial and the tissue derived polysialic acids suggests that the conformational epitope critical for the interaction is formed by both classes of compounds.
(2) In dogs, cibenzoline given i.v., had no effects on the slow response systems, probably because of sympathetic nervous system intervention since the class 4 effects of cibenzoline appeared after beta-adrenoceptor blockade.
(3) The populations of Asia-Oceania have some features of the class II RFLPs in common, which are distinctly different from Caucasoids.
(4) The strongest predictor of non-sudden cardiac death was the New York Heart Association functional class.
(5) This modulation results from repetitive, alternating bursts of excitatory and inhibitory postsynaptic potentials, which are caused at least in part by synaptic feedback to the command neurons from identified classes of neurons in the feeding network.
(6) Radioligand binding studies revealed the presence of a single class of high-affinity (Kd = 2-6 X 10(-10) M) binding sites for ET-1 in both cells, although the maximal binding capacity of cardiac receptor was about 6- to 12-fold greater than that of vascular receptor.
(7) Their contour lengths varied from 0.28 to 51 micron, but unlike in the case of maize, a large difference was not observed in the distribution of molecular classes greater than 1.0 micron between N and S cytoplasms of sugar beet.
(8) These sequences are also conserved in the same arrangement in minor sequence classes of minicircles from this strain.
(9) This suggests that Mg2+ accelerated both reactions from a single class of site.
(10) The sensitivity of an indirect fluorescent antibody (IFA) test (screening test) for the detection of antibodies to cytomegalovirus (CMV) was examined by using 128 serum specimens and quaternary aminoethyl (QAE)-Sephadex A50 column chromatography to separate IgM from IgG class antibodies.
(11) The purpose of the present study was to analyze the effects of cromakalim (BRL 34915), a potent drug from a new class of drugs characterized as "K+ channel openers", on the electrical activity of human skeletal muscle.
(12) Antibiotics and anticonvulsants were the two most commonly used drug classes.
(13) The individual classes of drugs are first treated separately to highlight specific aspects of their quantification, and this is followed by an overview of those methods permitting the concomitant analysis of two or more antiepileptic compounds.
(14) the class- and specificity-restricted antigen-sensitive units.
(15) A NYHA-class greater than II was observed in 18% of patients with type-I hypertrophy, in 29% with type II, but in 61% with type III (p less than or equal to 0.05).
(16) Cell lines specific for class I or class II loci of the MHC produced interferon and colony-stimulating factors.
(17) To become president of Afghanistan , Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai changed his wardrobe and modified his name, gave up coffee, embraced a man he once denounced as a “known killer” and even toyed with anger management classes to tame a notorious temper.
(18) Enough with Clintonism and its prideful air of professional-class virtue.
(19) Participants were selected from existing classes forming a weight training, aerobic exercise and activity control group.
(20) This unusual insertion could affect the interaction of cat CD4 with class II molecules, or with FIV, a feline homolog of HIV.
(n.) A constructer.
(1) Capito replaces Jonathan Neale in a reshuffle at the British constructor, with the latter losing his spot on the racing team.
(2) While EDF, the constructor, says the project is a “big opportunity for UK steel” and there is an “expectation” that a large proportion will come from the UK, everything is subject to a competitive process.
(3) Blood samples from rats and hamsters exposed to automotive engine exhausts in the Committee of Common Market Automobile Constructors long-term inhalation study at Battelle-Geneva were analysed for the levels of 2-hydroxyethylvaline (HOEtVal) and 2-hydroxypropylvaline (HOPrVal) in hemoglobin (Hb).
(4) McLaren scored only 27 points last year as their renewed relationship with Honda failed to deliver on their successes in the late 1980s and early 1990s which saw the British constructor win four consecutive driver and team championships.
(5) The inquiry has previously heard evidence of tens of thousands of dollars in payments from Victorian-based building company Winslow Constructors to the Victorian branch that were described as “membership fees” for employees.
(6) The emphasis was not on the predetermined responses and verbal meanings of the test constructor, but the language and mode of perceiving, organizing, and responding of the individual to the problems presented to him.
(7) The mathematical operations of test constructors may be extraordinarily brilliant; the possibilities of transforming psychic phenomena into abstract numbers create however, as many complications as the choice of social scales and standards we have to make for our measurements.
(8) The roentgen-anatomical study of the cervical portion of the vertebral column (fluorography and roentgenography in 2 projections followed by morphometrical treatment) was performed in 603 representatives of different professions: turners, milling-machine operators, craftsmen, mechanicians, jugglers, engineers and constructors.
(9) After five races Mercedes hold a 113-point lead over Red Bull in the constructors’ championship.
(10) It was taken over by Brawn GP, who went on to win the constructors' title in the current season, which ended in Abu Dhabi on Sunday.
(11) It is an executive inquiry.” The commission focused on Thursday on a range of payments the AWU received from companies including Winslow Constructors, ACI Glass, Chiquita Mushrooms, and joint-venture road builder Thiess John Holland.
(12) The Woking-based team acquired only 27 points as their renewed relationship with the Japanese manufacturer Honda failed to deliver on their successes in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when McLaren won four consecutive driver and constructors’ championships.
(13) Mercedes, 141 points ahead of Red Bull in the constructors’ race, have got that title sewn up too.
(14) The Japanese team have not won a grand prix since their debut in 2002 despite annual investment of over £180m and finished a disappointing fifth in the constructors' championship this season.
(15) The method was tested as part of one constructor's actual occupational health care programme, over a 2.5-year period.
(16) The theoretical and experimental analysis permits the optimization of the modulation index of the translator and the band-pass of the receiver and is realized through the recommendations to constructors.
(17) Jenson Button McLaren 2012 With McLaren challenging Red Bull for the Constructors’ Championship title in 2012, the team needed both of their drivers to work together, but the campaign was disrupted when Hamilton wrongly accused Button of unfollowing him on Twitter .
(18) "September's survey suggested that constructors are beginning to react with confidence to the more positive landscape for the sector, as job creation and input buying both rose at robust rates over the month."
(19) Improvement of operation methods that ensure reliability, climatic and mechanical stability, strength and other service qualities of medical equipment is now accomplished under conditions of intimate cooperation between constructors and manufactures, introduction of progressive norms and approaches for the provision and verification of the equipment operation qualities, building and employment of common test facilities.
(20) It pushed them up to ninth in the constructors’ table, ahead of Caterham and Sauber.