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class mark

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1. (Statistics) statistics a value within a class interval, esp its midpoint or the nearest integral value, used to represent the interval for computational convenience
2. (Library Science & Bibliography) library science Also called: class number a symbol on a book or other publication indicating its subject field, shelf position, etc
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She had not received all her grades, but had already received a [euro]rst class mark in her poetry dissertation and had seen some of her work published.
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Warrant officer second class Mark Hawtin, from Tafarn-y-Gelyn, Denbighshire, was delighted to see his one-year-old son Oscar walk for the first time after getting off the coach to be greeted by his wife Catherine.
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