subcategorize


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subcategorize

(sʌbˈkætɪɡəˌraɪz) or

subcategorise

vb (tr)
to split into subcategories
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All platform leaders used the same polar chart template to present their strategies (Figure 5); however, each was given freedom to subcategorize his platform for better organization.
They further subcategorize target need into (1) necessities; what the learner has to know in order to function efficiently in the target situation, (2) lacks; the divergence between necessity and what the learner already knows, (3) wants; what the learner actually wants to learn or what they feel they need.
Along with the diagnosis, there is an increasing need to evaluate prognostic markers like CD10, BCL2, BCL6 and MUM1 to subcategorize DLBCL into Germinal Centre (GC) type or Activated B Cell (ABC) type as they have different survival rates.
You can also subcategorize based on spending patterns.
A second classification issue arises from the proposed requirement to subcategorize assets and liabilities reported in the Statement of Financial Position as either short-term or long-term within each of the three major categories.
As a class, modals subcategorize for nonfinite complements.
Neapolitan pigliatelo--clitics must be assumed to subcategorize alternatively under different prosodic categories: phonological word, phonological phrase, and clitic group.
In transportation, we further subcategorize along the modal lines of highways, railroads, airlines, pipelines and waterways.
Cueing formatting should categorize and subcategorize information that an audience will perceive.
Of course, lifelong cloud enthusiasts found it necessary to subcategorize the nine into an intimidating array of categories using such names as cirrus densus, cirrus cirrocumulogeitus and cumulonimbogenitus.
A further example of the problems which arise in linking subcategorization and [theta]-roles can be seen with modal verbs which subcategorize VPs, but do not assign them [theta]-roles (Piotr Ruszkiewicz personal communication).
186) EPA acknowledged, however, that the third--location--is not by itself a valid criterion on which to subcategorize.