Definition of Categorises
1. Verb. (third-person singular of categorise) ¹
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Definition of Categorises
1. categorise [v] - See also: categorise
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Literary usage of Categorises
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1. Main Economic Indicators: Comparative Methodological Analysis : Wage Related by OECD Staff, Oecd, Bong Ho Choi, Denis Ward (2003)
"The SNA categorises them as funded and unfunded social benefits, whilst employment-related income categorises them as receipts from the employer, ..."
2. Inclusive Education at Work: Students with Disabilities in Mainstream Schools by Oecd (1999)
"1n fact the school categorises the children, but the LEA audits and if necessary moderates the categorisation. Funding is tied to the categorisation, ..."
3. Market Access After the Uruguay Round: Investment, Competition and by Pierre Sauvé, Americo Beviglia Zampetti (1996)
"It categorises these according to whether they are procedural or sectoral in nature. A major theme of this chapter is that while the NAFTA has not succeeded ..."
4. Globalisation and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs). by Chris Hall, Marie-Florence Estimé, Anna Creti (1997)
"... activity by SMEs Policies related to SME internationalisation are set out in summary form in Table 13, which also categorises the programmes in terms of ..."
5. Universal Service and Rate Restructuring in Telecommunications by OECD Staff (1991)
"The Telecommunications Business Law categorises Type-I and Type-II telecommunication businesses as follows: Type-1: The businesses in this category provide ..."
6. Measuring the Non-Observed Economy: A Handbook by Adriaan M. Bloem, OECD Staff, International Labour Organisation, Enrico Giovannini, Int. Labour Office With, International Monetary Fund, OCDE, Statistical Committee, Organisation for Economic Co-operation, Commonwealth of Independent States, Developme (2002)
"Section 9.2 lists and categorises the most significant types of illegal activities; Section 9.3 discusses the conceptual issues concerning the recording of ..."
7. Environmental Goods and Services: The Benefits of Further Global Trade by Rachel Thompson (2001)
"Chapter 2 categorises, in terms of supply- and demand-side considerations, the main factors conditioning the diffusion of environmental technologies, ..."