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sub·cat·e·go·ry

 (sŭb-kăt′ĭ-gôr′ē, sŭb′kăt′-)
n. pl. sub·cat·e·go·ries
A subdivision that has common differentiating characteristics within a larger category.

subcategory

(ˈsʌbˌkætəɡərɪ)
n, pl -ries
a further category within a category already established
Translations
podkategorie
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The study shows that the image of politics is built, mainly, around the subcategory of corruption and misuse of public funds, which constitutes 36.5% of the total political news content.
Under the commentary and opinion subcategory, an interesting article on supply chain sustainability summarized lessons from the past--for example, companies being held accountable for suppliers' labor practices must look beyond the first tier of vendors.
But, in most cases, the definition of a subcategory is a little fuzzy and, therefore, the extent at which you can dominate it is a little fuzzy.
Every subcategory showed growth: O-T-C (up 7%), body care (up 5%), cosmetics (up 5%), hair care (up 1%), oral hygiene (up 6%), baby care (up 8%) and shaving (up 2%).
CIBC World Markets Industrial Multi-Industry Analyst, Christopher Glynn said, "The improvement from July in each subcategory of the ABI is a critical datapoint at this point in the construction cycle, where concerns over the direction of the macro economy and the impact of building materials inflation have created concern over the environment for construction spending.
Of those strategies that were categorized as behavioral, a large percentage was specifically categorized in the behavioral preventive subcategory. Due to the high proportion of strategies that were coded in the behavioral prevent subcategory (social event, 50% and drinking and driving, 55%) we created three discrete subcategories to replace this broad subcategory.
Parents completed the Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) for their children, and 19 children had at least one CBCL subcategory T score above 65--1.5 standard deviations above normal.
Each of these children averaged about two CBCL subcategory T scores greater than 65, and those with extratemporal lobe loci averaged one CBCL subcategory T score greater than 65, Dr.
The story line satirizes criminal behavior (a crime is defined by the state) to include organized religion as a subcategory of crime.
For example, you might create a category called "Policy Issues." Within that folder, you might have a subcategory entitled "Sponsored Legislation" and subsubcategories which might include Correspondence, Press Releases and Research.
The rule requires 90 percent control of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP) or total hydrocarbons from regulated units at major HAP sources unless a facility demonstrates that it meets strict criteria for a risk-based exemption to the rule and EPA places the facility in a special low-risk subcategory. Initial notifications that the rule applies to a particular facility are required by January 26, 2005.
TAHITIAN NONI[R] has received the Best of State Award for the best product in the Health/Nutrition Food Products subcategory. This is the second consecutive year that Tahitian Noni has won this award.