Class

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Biomedical Engineering - Roles of A Biomedical Engineer in A Hospital - Medical Devices
... and classified (in the US) as follows (see also Regulation) Class I devices present minimal potential for harm to the user and are often simpler in design than Class II or ... Class II devices are subject to special controls in addition to the general controls of Class I devices ... Devices in this class are typically non-invasive and include x-ray machines, PACS, powered wheelchairs, infusion pumps, and surgical drapes ...
Class - Transportation
... Travel class, a quality of accommodation on public transport Class (locomotive), a single design of a locomotive as assigned by the railroad Classification of United States ...
488 (disambiguation)
... The year 488 BC British Rail Class 488, unpowered electric multiple unit trailer sets, converted from Mark 2F coaches IEEE-488, a short-range, digital communications bus specification 488 Kreusa, a minor ... ("Milchkuh") of the Kriegsmarine USS McCalla (DD-488), a Gleaves-class destroyer USS Sarda (SS-488), a Tench-class submarine ...
Protecting Equipment in The Outside Plant
... Class 1 Equipment in a Controlled Environment Class 2 Protected Equipment in Outside Environments Class 3 Protected Equipment in Severe Outside Environments ... (OSP) contains the most recent industry data regarding each Class described above ...
Sather - Example of Iterators
... class MAIN is main is loop i = 1.upto!(10) #OUT + i + "\n" end end end This program prints numbers from 1 to 10 ... upto! is a method of the integer class INT accepting one once argument, meaning its value will not change as the iterator yields ... upto! could be implemented in the INT class like this upto!(once mINT)SAME is i INT = self -- initialise i to the value of self, -- that is the integer of which this method is called loop if i>m then quit ...

Famous quotes containing the word class:

    It is the mark of an educated man to look for precision in each class of things just so far as the nature of the subject admits; it is evidently equally foolish to accept probable reasoning from a mathematician and to demand from a rhetorician demonstrative proofs.
    Aristotle (384–323 B.C.)

    A poet is no rattlebrain, saying what comes uppermost, and, because he says every thing, saying, at last, something good; but a heart in unison with his time and country. There is nothing whimsical or fantastic in his production, but sweet and sad earnest, freighted with the weightiest convictions, and pointed with the most determined aim which any man or class knows of in his times.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    The prostitute is the scapegoat for everyone’s sins, and few people care whether she is justly treated or not. Good people have spent thousands of pounds in efforts to reform her, poets have written about her, essayists and orators have made her the subject of some of their most striking rhetoric; perhaps no class of people has been so much abused, and alternatively sentimentalized over as prostitutes have been but one thing they have never yet had, and that is simple legal justice.
    —Alison Neilans. “Justice for the Prostitute—Lady Astor’s Bill,” Equal Rights (September 19, 1925)