General Class

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Amateur Radio Licensing In The United States - History of U.S. Amateur Licensing - 1951 Licensing Structure Decision
... Following the rule change, the classes were Novice, Technician, General, Conditional, Advanced, and Amateur Extra ... Each license class required two exams, one on theory and one on Morse code, and each license was valid for five years (except Novice). 1960s, the Technician, Conditional and General classes shared the same written examination and the Conditional, General, Advanced and Amateur Extra classes shared the same operating privileges ...
SDTM - The General Domain Classes
... those represented in special purpose domains) should be divided among three general observation classes Interventions, Events, or Findings The Interventions class ... such as alcohol, tobacco, or caffeine) The Events class captures occurrences or incidents independent of planned study evaluations occurring during the ... The Findings class captures the observations resulting from planned evaluations to address specific questions such as observations made during a ...
Romance Languages - Linguistic Features - Pronouns, Determiners - Articles
... (but unspecified or unknown) quantity of the noun, but not when a bare noun refers to a class in general ... men arrived today" rather than "men, as a general class, arrived today" (which would mean that there were no men before today) ... other hand, "I hate men" does mean "I hate men, as a general class" rather than "I hate some specific men" ...

Famous quotes containing the words class and/or general:

    Sometimes I think that idlers seem to be a special class for whom nothing can be planned, plead as one will with them—their only contribution to the human family is to warm a seat at the common table.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    What journeyings on foot and on horseback through the wilderness, to preach the gospel to these minks and muskrats! who first, no doubt, listened with their red ears out of a natural hospitality and courtesy, and afterward from curiosity or even interest, till at length there “were praying Indians,” and, as the General Court wrote to Cromwell, the “work is brought to this perfection that some of the Indians themselves can pray and prophesy in a comfortable manner.”
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)