Sentences with Classification, Sentences about Classification
1. Reality resists classification.
2. The music defied classification.
3. Go out and kill as many of a certain kind or classification of your brothers as you can.
4. Let’s make the world change the classification of courage from ‘fantasy’ to ‘documentary.’
5. Something like eighteen different terms for storms, and a whole classification system for mist.
6. Minerals are classified by key chemical constituents; the two dominant systems are the Dana classification and the Strunz classification.
7. I think people are as individual as snowflakes, they kinda look alike but no two are the exactly the same, and all classification is the root of prejudice.
8. Western science is a product of the Apollonian mind: its hope is that by naming and classification, by the cold light of intellect, archaic night can be pushed back and defeated.
9. Instead of fighting for immaculate classifications and impenetrable boundaries, let us strive to maintain a community that understands diversity as a gift, sees anomalies as precious, and treats all basic principles with a hefty dose of skepticism.
1. I’m not good at classifying things.
2. Please classify these books by subject.
3. Don’t classify me, read me. I’m a writer, not a genre.
4. We can classify the problems as large, medium and small.
5. In woodworking, we classify wood as hardwood, softwood or exotic wood.
6. One of the tasks in political science is to measure and classify regimes as either dictatorships or democracies.
7. Classifying thoughts, feelings and behaviors as diseases is a logical and semantic error, like classifying whale as fish.
8. Schools serve the same social functions as prisons and mental institutions- to define, classify, control, and regulate people.