categorised categorised


  • (adj) arranged into categories


  • No Zero Bound On Reason

    From Sean Corrigan of Diapason Commodities Management No Zero Bound on Reason Now it may be that Professor Krugman can insist that the grossly inequitable distributional effects which this brings about – letting the GINI out of the bottle as we have elsewhere categorised it – are somehow benign (his irrational hatred of the thrifty clearly overlapping with his bien pensant contempt for the rich ...
    on November 24, 2013     Source: Zero Hedge


  1. "During this one-day series, they have remained largely in the winning column by utilising their experience and seizing the crucial moments, mostly while in the field, but they still have lacked that killer instinct that has categorised Australia's...
    on Mar 2, 2008 By: Steve Waugh Source: The Cheers

  2. "It is indeed an indication of the deep scars inflicted by our painful past that 13 years after the attainment of our freedom we still have to grapple with matters of persons who committed offences that might be categorised as political, creating...
    on Nov 21, 2007 By: Thabo Mbeki Source: Africasia

  3. "Pete Sampras cannot go down in that category because the best he ever did at the French Open in 11 tries was one semi-final," Newcombe said. "So there's no way he can be categorised as one of the best three or four of all time."
    on Jul 10, 2006 By: John Newcombe Source: The Age

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