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  • v  place into or assign to a category

  • Warren Gatland in The Star
    Gatland said: "I will probably wake up with a smile and a hangover on Sunday. I try not to categorise things, but winning the Grand Slam in your first season is pretty special."
  • Ang Lee in
    After his win, director Ang Lee said its success "has proven you can never categorise a region or place or stereotype them".
  • Helen Mirren in Times Online
    Dame Helen, 62, told the audience: "You know, you Americans are wonderfully generous people. You're a lot of other things as well - some good, some bad - but you know, if I was to categorise your natures it's generosity above all."

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