• (adj): Bearing or marked with a label or tag.
    Example: "Properly labeled luggage"
    Synonyms: labelled, tagged

Some articles on labeled:

Covering Graph - Voltage Graphs
... pairs of directed edges corresponding to the undirected edges of G) are labeled with inverse pairs of elements from some group ... of G and x is a group element a dart from v to w labeled with the group element y in G corresponds to an edge from (v,x) to (w,xy) in the derived graph ... graph of a voltage graph in which the edges of a spanning tree of the graph are labeled by the identity element of the group, and each remaining pair of darts is labeled by a distinct generating element of a free group ...
List Of Quadrangles On Tethys
... Latitude Longitude Namesake Map Ste1 65–90° N 0–360° W Labeled, unlabeled Anticleia Ste2 21–66° N 0–90° W Anticlea Labeled, unlabeled Odysseus Ste3 21–66° N 90–180° W ...
Chua's Circuit - Chaotic Criteria
... the energy storage elements are two capacitors (labeled C1 and C2) and an inductor (labeled L1) ... There is an active resistor (labeled R) ...
List Of Quadrangles On Dione
... Latitude Longitude Namesake Map Sd1 65-90° N 0-360° W Labeled, unlabeled Aeneas Sd2 21-66° N 0-90° W Aeneas Labeled, unlabeled Herbesus Sd3 21-66 ...
Psychiatric Advance Directive - Clinical Benefits
... and perceived autonomy, and improves treatment decision-making capacity among people labeled with severe mental illness ... autonomy and social welfare for detainees labeled with mental illness ...

Famous quotes containing the word labeled:

    Had middle class black women begun a movement in which they had labeled themselves “oppressed,” no one would have taken them seriously.
    bell hooks (b. 1955)

    When a man says that he is Jesus or Napoleon, or that the Martians are after him, or claims something else that seems outrageous to common sense, he is labeled psychotic and locked up in a madhouse. Freedom of speech is only for normal people.
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    Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. (b. 1922)