Category
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Category
Category: (1) As used with respect to the certification, ratings, privileges, and limitations of airmen, means a broad classification of aircraft. Examples include: airplane; rotorcraft; glider; and lighter-than-air; and (2) As used with respect to the certification of aircraft, means a grouping of aircraft based upon intended use or operating limitations. Examples include: transport, normal, utility, acrobatic, limited, restricted, and provisional. Category A, with respect to transport category rotorcraft, means multiengine rotorcraft designed with engine and system isolation features specified in Part 29 and utilizing scheduled takeoff and landing operations under a critical engine failure concept which assures adequate designated surface area and adequate performance capability for continued safe flight in the event of engine failure. Category B, with respect to transport category rotorcraft, means single-engine or multiengine rotorcraft which do not fully meet all Category A standards. Category B rotorcraft have no guaranteed stay-up ability in the event of engine failure and unscheduled landing is assumed. Category II operations, with respect to the operation of aircraft, means a straight-in ILS approach to the runway of an airport under a Category II ILS instrument approach procedure issued by the Administrator or other appropriate authority. Category III operations, with respect to the operation of aircraft, means an ILS approach to, and landing on, the runway of an airport using a Category III ILS instrument approach procedure issued by the Administrator or other appropriate authority.
Category
Category shall indicate a classification of aircraft such as airplane, helicopter, glider, etc.;
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"Category" means, for heavy bombers, one of the following classifications based on the kind of armament for which they are equipped or on their purpose: heavy bomber equipped for long-range nuclear ALCMs, heavy bomber equipped for nuclear armaments other than long-range nuclear ALCMs, heavy bomber equipped for non-nuclear armaments, test heavy bomber, or training heavy bomber.

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The Commerce Control List (CCL) is divided into ten categories:

  • Nuclear Materials, Facilities and Equipment, and Miscellaneous;
  • Materials, Chemicals, “Microorganisms”, and Toxins\
  • Materials Processing;
  • Electronics Design, Development and Production;
  • Computers;
  • Telecommunications and Information Security;
  • Sensors;
  • Navigation and Avionics;
  • Marine;
  • Propulsion Systems, Space Vehicles, and Related Equipment. .
Category

Any of several fundamental and distinct classes to which entities or concepts belong. Also, a division within a system of classification.

Category

Restrictive label that has been applied to both classified and unclassified data, thereby increasing the requirement for protection of, and restricting the access to, the data. Examples include sensitive compartmented information, proprie- tary information, and North Atlantic Treaty Organization information. Individuals are granted access to special category information only after being granted formal access authorization.

Category

Restrictive label applied to classified or unclassified information to limit access.

Category
as defined in OS X Glossary
"Category": Also called audio session category. In iOS, a collection of audio behaviors for an application. For example, a category specifies whether an application intends to mix its audio with other applications or silence them. You specify your application's category after initializing its audio session.
Category

A grouping of related types of expenditures, such as personal services, operating expenses and equipment, reimbursements, special items of expense, unclassified, local costs, capital costs, and internal cost recovery.

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"Category" means a category of Index Debt Ratings set forth in the table included in the definition of Applicable Rate in this Section 1.01.
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Category has been defined 13 different ways in documents like 14 C.F.R. §1.1, Electronic Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 375, Subpart A, Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, Definitions Annex, and 7 more.

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