Definitions for "Classes"
Keywords:  nice, upov, locarno, breeder, seminars
Laid-down classification into 45 goods- and services classes by the Trademark Office, that define for which products or services the trademark protection is valid. You can view the complete goods- and services classifications here.
Goods and Services are divided into different classes according to the Nice Classification system. There are presently 34 classes of goods and 11 classes of services.
Patents, Trade Marks, Designs and Plant Breeder's Rights each have an internationally recognised classification system which divides their respective applications into different technology groups, classes of services or goods, or plant varieties. IP Australia uses these classification systems to assist with searching our databases of patents, trade marks, designs and plant varieties. Classes for patents are determined by the International Patent Classification system; Trade Marks by the NICE International Classification; designs by the Locarno System of Classification; and plant breeder's rights by the International Union for the Protection of New Plant Varieties (UPOV).
Classes are the foundations of object oriented programming. Classes define objects. Classes must defined. For example, a class that draws a square could be called the square class. Classes are reusable, which means that classes and the objects they create can be used over and over again in other programs or in other parts of the same program.
are data types that you can create to define a new type of object. To define a class, you create a constructor function.
Your character's chosen profession: Acrobat, Agent, Assassin, Barbarian, Bard, Battlemage, Crusader, Healer, Knight, Mage, Monk, Nightblade, Pilgrim, Rogue, Scout, Sorcerer, Spellsword, Thief, Warrior, and Witchhunter. Players also have the ability to create a Custom Class (and give it a description and name), if they so choose.
Milton's Puritan theology distinguishes between the Elect, saints for whom salvation is guaranteed; the Redeemed, those saved by Jesus Christ; and Reprobates or Transgressors, who are damned. In Blake's Milton Jesus is a Transgressor who challenges the stuffy Elect.
As essential as the Tournement (a lot of fun, but events are held without A tournement and/or without classes) are classes in the arts and sciences. We are, above all, an educational group and that certainly includes educating ourselves. Check to see if the event you're attending has classes, find out when the ones you want to attend are, you'll be glad you did.
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As used in NFPA 70&emdash;The National Electric Code, used to describe the type of flammable materials that produce the hazardous atmosphere. There are three classes: Class I Locations&emdash;Flammable gases or vapors may be present in quantities sufficient to produce explosive or ignitible mixtures. Class II Locations&emdash;Concentrations of combustible dusts may be present (e.g., coal or grain dust). Class III Locations&emdash;Areas concerned with the presence of easily ignitible fibers or flyings (e.g., cotton milling).
Taxonomic subcategories of phyla. PICTURE
Keywords:  rmw, ing, compete, group, boats
Groups of boats organized for racing. Boats compete against others in the same class, assuming that their performance will be similar.
group ing of element s according to some criteria, e.g. Cost Classes [D02465] RMW
A category that generally describes a group of more specific items or objects.
Keywords:  plural
plural of class.
different types of shares issued by a single fund, often referred to as Class A shares, Class B shares, and so on. Each class invests in the same "pool" (or investment portfolio) of securities and has the same investment objectives and policies. But each class has different shareholder services and/or distribution arrangements with different fees and expenses and therefore different performance results.
Each class of share has specific rights, usually contained in the Articles of Association or the documentation creating the shares. These relate to dividend, return of capital, voting and other similar rights. Any variation of class rights must be approved by resolutions at separate meetings of shareholders in that class (section 125 Companies Act 1985).
an indication of how quickly that transition is accelerating
Keywords:  depth, guide, learn, potential, utilize
an in-depth guide to each class - learn how to utilize them to their full potential
Keywords:  java, see
see "Java Classes"