unclassed

unclassed

(ʌnˈklɑːst)
adj
1. another word for unclassified
2. (Sociology) not belonging to a social class
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If for centuries, this particular animal is known to attack only one kind of other animal, are we not justified in assuming that when one of them attacks a hitherto unclassed animal, he recognises in that animal some quality which it has in common with the hereditary enemy?"
Tenders are invited for Maintenance of 2nd year old 2017 rains kunchur unclassed forest area trench mound plantation 20.00ha under kfdf
The last census in the year 2015 showed the population of 523 Asiatic Lions in Gir Protected Area Network of 1648.79 square kilometres that includes Gir National Park, Gir Sanctuary, Pania Sanctuary, Mitiyala Sanctuary adjoining reserved forests, Protected Forests, and Unclassed Forests.
Based on these density estimates, the habitat of Punjab Urial in Jhelum district can be classified in two categories, a high density area, comprising Phadial forest and Kandal unclassed Forest and Jalalpur Wildlife Sanctuary and a low density area, comprising of Nili South and Brali Reserved Forests, Lehri and Jindi Reserved Forests and Tilla Jogian (Rohtas) Game Reserve.
She notes that in border and migration studies, while the body is under discussion extensively in relation to Agamben, this is a body that appears as undifferentiated: ungendered, unraced, unclassed, and by default heteronormative.
The recorded forest area of the state is 34,651 [km.sup.2] which constitutes 64.79% of its geographical area, (reserved forests 71.11%, protected forests 28.52%, and unclassed forests 0.35%).
As of September 23, 1.7 million tons of grain was delivered to cereal collection points for storage, 1.3 million tons or 91.3% of wheat correspond to quality of 1-2-3 classes, 75.6 thousand tons or 5% - to 4-5 classes, 55.1 thousand tons or 3.7% - unclassed.
He implies this in the "chyme" passage and states it even more clearly in his "Essay on Shelley." Browning claims that, at certain points in history, when the staled success of a poetic predecessor still dominates the scene, the most vital poetic work involves "getting at new substance by breaking up the assumed wholes into parts of independent and unclassed value." In doing this, the new poet will "replace this intellectual rumination of food swallowed long ago, by a supply of the fresh and living swathe." Browning states explicitly that breaking up putative wholes is more important than putting the new parts together; the poet should be "careless of the unknown laws for recombining them (it will be the business of yet another poet to suggest those hereafter)." (17)
"Legend Designs for Unclassed, Bivariate, Choropleth Maps." Cartography and Geographic Information Science 16 (4): 257-268.
The United States recognizes eight classes of wheat: durum, hard red spring, hard red winter, soft red winter, hard white, soft white, unclassed and mixed.
Classification (109) and navigation (110) provisions are now expressed as suspensory clauses, so that that recovery is denied only where the vessel was unclassed or off route at the time of loss, and premium payment obligations are set out as conditions which cannot be invoked without an extension of time followed by notice.
Bartky's reference to the "male subject in disguise" may lead us to assume that the perpetrator of patriarchy is a monolithic, univocal subject devoid of any particular characteristics like race or sexual orientation, and its victims equally generic, unraced, and unclassed. In fact, we know that both patriarchy and its victims are constituted in a far more complex manner, through the cross-cutting cleavages of race, ethnicity, class, and sexual orientation with gender.